Read About Recertification and Continuing Education Requirements

  • If you're Seeking PHR, SPHR, or GPHR Certification and the course carries HR Certification Institute credits:

    To retain PHR, SPHR, or GPHR designations, the HR Certification Institute requires all certificants to recertify every three years by accumulating 60 educational hours.

    If you're taking a course for the first time, you may submit the credits earned to HR Certification Institute (HRCI) for your recertification. New editions1 of the same course may be retaken for recertification credit, either within the same recertification cycle or in a subsequent recertification three-year period.
  • If you're seeking Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for your SHRM-CPsm or SHRM-SCPsm Certification and the course carries SHRM PDCs:

    To retain your SHRM-CPsm (SHRM Certified Professional) or SHRM-SCPsm (SHRM Senior Certified Professional) certifications, the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) requires 60 PDCs within a 3-year recertification period that ends on the last day of your birth month. Otherwise, you will be required to retake the certification examination in order to maintain your credentialed status.
  • If you're Seeking Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credits and the course carries CLE credits:

    Members of The Florida Bar are assigned a reporting date and are required to complete 30 hours of approved CLE every three years. Five of these credit hours must be in the area of Ethics, Professionalism, Substance Abuse, or Mental Illness Awareness.

    A course that has been updated by The Human Equation and/or renewed by The Florida Bar will receive a new CLE course identification number. Members who have taken a previous version of an updated course may submit credits earned for the updated/renewed course during the same reporting period or a subsequent period. CLE credit may not be counted for more than one reporting period and may not be carried forward to subsequent reporting periods.

    Active members of the State Bar of Georgia, except newly admitted members, must complete a minimum of twelve (12) hours of actual instruction in an approved CLE activity during each year. If a member completes more than twelve hours in a year, the excess credit may be carried forward and applied to the education requirement for the succeeding year only. Included within the annual twelve-hour requirement, is the requirement that each active member complete a minimum of one hour in the area of ethics and one hour in the area of professionalism.
  • If you're seeking Florida Community Association Management (CAM) continuing education credits and the course carries Florida CAM credits:

    Community Association Managers licensed in Florida must satisfactorily complete 20 hours of continuing education during each biennium prior to the license renewal date. The courses required are in the following areas: 4 hours of legal update seminars; 4 hours on insurance and financial management topics relating to community association management; 4 hours on the operation of the association's physical property; 4 hours on human resources topics relating to community association management - topics may include, but are not limited to, disaster preparedness, employee relations, and communications skills for effectively dealing with residents and vendors; and 4 hours of additional instruction in any area described in Rule 61E14-4.001(3)(b), (c) or (d) Florida Administrative Code or any course or courses directly related to the management or administration of community associations.
  • If you’re a Florida General Lines 2-20 (Property & Casualty) Insurance Agent seeking continuing education credits:

    The State of Florida requires General Lines Insurance Agents to take up to 24 hours of continuing education credit every two years. Agents who have been licensed for less than 6 years may take basic or higher-level courses, as designated by the Florida Department of Financial Services. Agents who have been licensed for 6 or more years must take intermediate or advanced-level courses, as designated by the Florida Department of Financial Services.

    INTERMEDIATE LEVEL: The Human Equation’s courses have been designated by the Florida Department of Financial Services as INTERMEDIATE level. They are intended for the student who has a basic knowledge with the subject matter or who has limited experience with the subject matter. Provider No. 368518

    Credits CANNOT be awarded for a course taken more than once during a three year period.