To earn a point toward the continuing competence requirement, in categories that are time-based, one point is defined as 50-60 minutes of activity. While a ½ point may be earned for 25-30 minutes of activity, NCBPTE does not recognize units less than ½ point as counting toward the requirement.
21 NCAC 48G .0109 CONTINUING COMPETENCE ACTIVITIES (a) Continuing Education activities are eligible for points as follows:
(1) The maximum number of points allowed during any reporting period for an interactive course offered through electronic media shall be 15. (live webinars) (appropriate for categories indicated by purple arrows) (4) For registered participation in a non-interactive course offered by an approved provider by videotape, satellite transmission, webcast, DVD, or other electronic media, one hour of participation earns one point. The maximum number of points allowed during any reporting period shall be 10. (recorded webinars) (appropriate for categories indicated by red arrows) (8) For completion of a home study physical therapy program furnished by an approved provider, one hour of home study earns one point. The maximum number of points during any one reporting period allowed shall be 10. (can also be online/recorded electronic/live electronic).