Continuing Education




All of our respiratory courses are approved by the AARC for Category 1 Continuing Education (CE) credit. Our Radiology Review is approved by the ASRT for Category A CE credits. At the end of the course, you will receive a certificate of completion showing the number of credits you have earned. Keep in mind that you must attend the entire seminar in order to receive your certificate of completion. Our courses have been approved for CE credit as follows:

  CE Credits
Adult Critical Care Seminar   10
Certified Asthma Educator Seminar   10
Comprehensive Respiratory (CRT®/RRT®) Review Seminar   22.66
Neonatal/Pediatric Specialist Seminar   13
Pulmonary Function Technologist (CPFT®/RPFT®) Seminar   10.49
Certified Cardiographic Technician Seminar   10.5
Registered Technologist - Radiography Review Seminar   13
Sleep Technology Review Seminar   10.16

HomeStudy Courses (Non-Traditional CE Credits)


Most of our respiratory HomeStudy courses are approved by the AARC for Category 1 “Non-traditional” Continuing Education (CE) credit.

To earn the CE credit, you will be required to take a short proficiency exam (usually around 25 questions). Access to the proficiency examination will be included with your HomeStudy license key. A certificate showing that you have earned the HomeStudy credits will be emailed to you once you receive a score of 72% or better on the proficiency exam.

Since AARC approval is granted only one calendar year at a time, you must take and pass the CE Proficiency Exam by the end of the calendar year in which you receive your HomeStudy in order to guarantee that you will receive a certificate.

Our HomeStudies have been approved for the following credits:

  Category 1 Non-traditional
CE Credits*
Adult Critical Care   29
Certified Asthma Educator   18
Respiratory Therapist Multiple Choice   28
Neonatal/Pediatric Specialist   22
Pulmonary Function (CPFT®/RPFT®) Technologist   21
Certified Cardiographic Technician   12
Sleep Technologist   16
*Please note: Category 1 "Non-traditional" CE credits are not accepted in every state. The term "Non-traditional" signifies credits earned outside a typical classroom setting, such as self-study courses. Some states only allow a certain number of credits to be earned outside the classroom. You will need to check with your state licensing board to verify acceptance of or limitations to the use of “Non-traditional” hours toward your CE requirements.