OAR 833-080-0061
Continuing Education Audit and Penalties


The Board will conduct an audit of the records of randomly selected licensees to verify actual participation, completion, and compliance with standards for content and providers of approved continuing professional education. Failure to maintain or document actual completion of continuing professional education activities claimed, failure to make such records available to the Board for inspection, or falsification of reports may result in disciplinary action by the Board. Audited licensees hold the burden of proof of mailing.


A licensee selected for the continuing education audit whose hours are deficient, including a licensee’s failure to submit complete documentation, is subject to disciplinary action, to include but not limited to the following sanctions:


Persons successfully documenting 31-39 hours -- $250;


Persons successfully documenting 21-30 hours -- $500;


Persons successfully documenting 11-20 hours -- $750;


Persons successfully documenting 10 or fewer hours -- $1,000.


The civil penalty may not be paid in lieu of training.


Failure to document required hours, or certifying programs or supervision not meeting approval requirements will result in non-renewal or, in the case of discovery after renewal, possible suspension of license.

Source: Rule 833-080-0061 — Continuing Education Audit and Penalties, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=833-080-0061.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

Rule 833-080-0061’s source at or​.us