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The following questions and answers pertain to obtaining Continuing Education Units. If further information is required, please contact us.

  • How do I get pre-approval to offer Continuing Education Units?

  • If the instructor is not already licensed in New Hampshire Acupuncture do they need to apply for a New Hampshire acupuncture license?

  • How do I get a temporary teaching license and what are the terms/restrictions?
 
  • How do I get pre-approval to offer Continuing Education Units?
    Submit your request to the NHBAL using the form provided Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol with additional attachments as specified on the form. The Board will inform you of its decision within sixty (60) days of receipt of the request. Only NHBAL courses approved to offer CEUs may advertise the course as offering qualified CEUs.

    If your request is pending NHBAL approval you may advertise "CEUs requested and pending approval".

    The NHBAL recommends you consider instead making your request to the NCCAOM review service to provide participants convenient national CEU acceptance. See the link page at www.nccaom.org.
 
  • If the instructor is not already licensed in New Hampshire Acupuncture do they need to apply for a New Hampshire acupuncture license?
    Yes, a temporary teaching license is needed if the teacher intends to practice/demonstrate acupuncture (insertion of needles) in the course of instruction.
 
  • How do I get a temporary teaching license and what are the terms/restrictions?
    Complete the form provided Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol and submit to the NHBAL no less that 60 days prior to the course start date.

    A Temporary Teaching License Holder shall not practice acupuncture outside the specified course or seminar and shall not receive compensation for any practice of acupuncture other than that received in compensation for the course itself.

    A temporary Teaching license shall be valid for no more that 30 days. The shall grant an exception to the thirty (30) day limitation in the case of a periodic seminar type course which constitutes a single course and meets for no more than six sessions in a one year period. For other extended instruction a regular NH license must be obtained.

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New Hampshire Board of Acupuncture Licensing
121 South Fruit Street | Concord, NH 03301
 
 
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