Unlimited CE Courses
Free Access to Recorded Webinars
Expires 365 days from date of purchase
or from date of current membership expiration, whichever is later.
How It Works
You pay for the Annual Unlimited Distance Learning package, and for the next 365 days you'll have unlimited access to our distance-learning CE courses. Once that's done, all you have to do when you want to take a course exam is:
- 1. Login to your member account.
- 2. Find and enroll in a course that interests you.
- 3. Read/view the material – at your own pace.
- 4. When you're ready, use the Take Exam button and you'll go right to the course exam, no further payment required.
The package fee covers all exam fees for any course you choose, from the 511 courses we offer.
CE-Credit.com offers many courses based on recorded webinars featuring expert presenters. Most of these webinar videos are included with your Annual Unlimited Distance Learning membership, and we're adding new presentations all the time.
Your package includes access to our e-library, powered by Overdrive. For those who like in-depth courses based on traditional books, this can be very convenient.
What's Not Included
The vast majority of our courses are based on freely-available online articles. Some courses such as those based on books or longer video courses use materials that are not included with your membership. The cost for materials, if any, is clearly marked on the course listing and info page.
Sorry, but note that your account cannot be shared with another person. We do offer group discounts. If you're an organization with 5 or more members, please consider our group membership.
CE Approval Note
For all exams, including those taken with the Unlimited Package, you're allowed 2 attempts to pass with a score of 75% or better. If after 2 attempts you do not pass the exam (this is rare), you can pay the regular exam fee for an additional attempt, or simply choose another course exam — which would of course be covered by your Unlimited CE membership. This limitation addresses approval organizations' concerns.