Continuing Education credits (CEs)

OGR applies for Continuing Education (CEs) in all states that have learning requirements. Check with your state's regulatory agency for procedures to submit CE paperwork. For questions regarding 2021 approvals or other queries, email OGR's Education Department.

Updated on March 23, 2021.

2021 Approvals

Click on your state below to see which events have been approved for CE credit. NOTE: Only those who attend live qualify - anyone watching after the fact through the Learning Library cannot get CE credit. There's still time to register for live attendance at one of our 2021 Web-ED series webinars by clicking here.

  • March 30: Implicit Bias - Why what you don't know CAN hurt you (1 CE)
  • May 25: How to have tough conversations, from how to dress professionally to employee safety (1 CE)
  • June 29: A guide to navigating the generation gap (1 CE)
  • July 27: Filling your HR toolbox, from job descriptions to best practices (1 CE)

No CE-eligible opportunities at this time.

Alaska does not have Continuing Education requirements.

No CE-eligible opportunities at this time.

No CE-eligible opportunities at this time.

California does not have Continuing Education requirements.

Colorado does not have Continuing Education requirements.

  • March 30: Implicit Bias - Why what you don't know CAN hurt you (1 CE)
  • May 25: How to have tough conversations, from how to dress professionally to employee safety (1 CE)
  • June 29: A guide to navigating the generation gap (1 CE)
  • July 27: Filling your HR toolbox, from job descriptions to best practices (1 CE)
  • March 30: Implicit Bias - Why what you don't know CAN hurt you (1 CE)
  • May 25: How to have tough conversations, from how to dress professionally to employee safety (1 CE)
  • June 29: A guide to navigating the generation gap (1 CE)
  • July 27: Filling your HR toolbox, from job descriptions to best practices (1 CE)
  • March 30: Implicit Bias - Why what you don't know CAN hurt you (1 CE)
  • May 25: How to have tough conversations, from how to dress professionally to employee safety (1 CE)
  • June 29: A guide to navigating the generation gap (1 CE)
  • July 27: Filling your HR toolbox, from job descriptions to best practices (1 CE)

No CE-eligible opportunities at this time.

No CE-eligible opportunities at this time.

Hawaii does not have Continuing Education requirements.

No CE-eligible opportunities at this time.

  • Feb. 23: The relevance of restorative art (1 CE)
  • March 30: Implicit Bias - Why what you don't know CAN hurt you (1 CE)
  • May 25: How to have tough conversations, from how to dress professionally to employee safety (1 CE)
  • June 29: A guide to navigating the generation gap (1 CE)
  • July 27: Filling your HR toolbox, from job descriptions to best practices (1 CE)
  • Aug. 24: New & Now in Funeral Service - Top 10 Trends you can't afford to ignore (1 CE)

No CE-eligible opportunities at this time.

Iowa does not pre-approve continuing education. If you attend one of our webinars, contact Alyssa Castille at [email protected] to request a certificate confirming your attendance, which you can use when applying for CE credit from your state board.

No CE-eligible opportunities at this time.

No CE-eligible opportunities at this time.

  • March 30: Implicit Bias - Why what you don't know CAN hurt you (1 CE)
  • May 25: How to have tough conversations, from how to dress professionally to employee safety (1 CE)
  • June 29: A guide to navigating the generation gap (1 CE)
  • July 27: Filling your HR toolbox, from job descriptions to best practices (1 CE)
  • March 30: Implicit Bias - Why what you don't know CAN hurt you (1 CE)
  • May 25: How to have tough conversations, from how to dress professionally to employee safety (1 CE)
  • June 29: A guide to navigating the generation gap (1 CE)
  • July 27: Filling your HR toolbox, from job descriptions to best practices (1 CE)

No CE-eligible opportunities at this time.

No CE-eligible opportunities at this time.

Michigan does not have Continuing Education requirements.

No CE-eligible opportunities at this time.

Mississippi does not have Continuing Education requirements.

Missouri does not have Continuing Education requirements.

Montana does not pre-approve continuing education. If you attend one of our webinars, contact Alyssa Castille at [email protected] to request a certificate confirming your attendance, which you can use when applying for CE credit from your state board.

Nebraska does not pre-approve continuing education. If you attend one of our webinars, contact Alyssa Castille at [email protected] to request a certificate confirming your attendance, which you can use when applying for CE credit from your state board.

  • March 30: Implicit Bias - Why what you don't know CAN hurt you (1 CE)
  • May 25: How to have tough conversations, from how to dress professionally to employee safety (1 CE)
  • June 29: A guide to navigating the generation gap (1 CE)
  • July 27: Filling your HR toolbox, from job descriptions to best practices (1 CE)

No CE-eligible opportunities at this time.

No CE-eligible opportunities at this time.

No CE-eligible opportunities at this time.

No CE-eligible opportunities at this time.

No CE-eligible opportunities at this time.

North Dakota does not have Continuing Education requirements. If you attend one of our webinars, contact Alyssa Castille at [email protected] to request a certificate confirming your attendance, which you can use when applying for CE credit from your state board.

No CE-eligible opportunities at this time.

  • March 30: Implicit Bias - Why what you don't know CAN hurt you (1 CE)
  • May 25: How to have tough conversations, from how to dress professionally to employee safety (1 CE)
  • June 29: A guide to navigating the generation gap (1 CE)
  • July 27: Filling your HR toolbox, from job descriptions to best practices (1 CE)

Oregon does not have Continuing Education requirements.

No CE-eligible opportunities at this time.

  • Feb. 23: The relevance of restorative art (1 CE)
  • March 30: Implicit Bias - Why what you don't know CAN hurt you (1 CE)
  • May 25: How to have tough conversations, from how to dress professionally to employee safety (1 CE)
  • June 29: A guide to navigating the generation gap (1 CE)
  • July 27: Filling your HR toolbox, from job descriptions to best practices (1 CE)
  • Aug. 24: New & Now in Funeral Service - Top 10 Trends you can't afford to ignore (1 CE)

No CE-eligible opportunities at this time.

South Dakota does not have Continuing Education requirements.

No CE-eligible opportunities at this time.

No CE-eligible opportunities at this time.

Utah does not pre-approve continuing education. If you attend one of our webinars, contact Alyssa Castille at [email protected] to request a certificate confirming your attendance, which you can use when applying for CE credit from your state board.

No CE-eligible opportunities at this time.

No CE-eligible opportunities at this time.

Washington does not pre-approve continuing education. If you attend one of our webinars, contact Alyssa Castille at [email protected] to request a certificate confirming your attendance, which you can use when applying for CE credit from your state board.

No CE-eligible opportunities at this time.

  • Feb. 23: The relevance of restorative art (1 CE)
  • March 30: Implicit Bias - Why what you don't know CAN hurt you (1 CE)
  • May 25: How to have tough conversations, from how to dress professionally to employee safety (1 CE)
  • June 29: A guide to navigating the generation gap (1 CE)
  • July 27: Filling your HR toolbox, from job descriptions to best practices (1 CE)
  • Aug. 24: New & Now in Funeral Service - Top 10 Trends you can't afford to ignore (1 CE)
  • March 30: Implicit Bias - Why what you don't know CAN hurt you (1 CE)
  • May 25: How to have tough conversations, from how to dress professionally to employee safety (1 CE)
  • June 29: A guide to navigating the generation gap (1 CE)
  • July 27: Filling your HR toolbox, from job descriptions to best practices (1 CE)