In September 2020 under a DCA waiver, dental professionals in California were permitted temporarily to use recorded courses as “live continuing education” if the courses are web-based and let participants interact with the presenter in real time. The waiver expires Dec. 31.
The Department of Consumer Affairs issued a new waiver that gives all California-licensed dental professionals whose active licenses expire in October 2021 until March 28, 2022, to meet license renewal requirements.
The Department of Consumer Affairs on July 26 issued a waiver that gives all California-licensed dental professionals whose active licenses expire between March 31, 2020, and Sept. 30, 2021, until Jan. 26, 2022, to meet license renewal requirements.
CDA is bringing an enhanced learning experience to dentists and dental teams through a new education program launching this month. Through the online program, registrants will be able to log in to their CDA membership account and access interactive courses and virtual events all in one place, including all CDA and TDIC Risk Management courses.
Practice owners and dental team members can now look forward to exploring new education opportunities year-round through CDA’s new virtual event series. The series lets dental teams learn, connect with peers and earn continuing education from any remote location at convenient times that fit their schedules.
Need to catch up on continuing education? CDA has you covered. Listen in to new audio-based courses to learn and earn credits on your schedule. Audio recording bundles are now available from CDA Presents The Art and Science of Dentistry, which was held as a virtual convention in 2020.
The California Department of Consumer Affairs on Sept. 8 issued a waiver easing the restrictions on internet-based continuing education training during the COVID-19 pandemic. Under certain cirumstances, dental professionals can now use recorded webinars as live C.E.