Continuing Education Information
The APSAC & Foundling Online Course
The APSAC & Foundling Online Course is co-sponsored, in part, by the American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children and the New York Foundling. The program offers up to a total of 10.00 contact hours. Continuing education credit is awarded on a module by module basis with completion of each module required in order to receive credit. Partial completion credit is not offered.
The CE processing fee is $5 per CE for members, $10.00 per CE for non-members, and may be paid with registration online. Online Course participants must complete the full course or all modules purchased, graded post-tests after each module, and a comprehensive evaluation. Post-tests will consist of 10 questions, participants must score at least 70% to receive credit for the module. CE certificates cannot be awarded without the completion of the post-tests and evaluations.
Instructions for Access
Participants may register for each individual module, any combination of modules, or the full Online Course consisting of all eight modules at anytime on the Online Course page of the APSAC website. Participants may also access the UltiPro distance learning portal at anytime via the Online Course page of the APSAC website. Registrants have access to the Online Course for six months after the time of their last login. After six months of inactivity, participant records will be deactivated. Participant records may be reinstated at anytime upon request, and all completion data will be maintained. Participants may register for and participate in the Online Course with or without purchasing CE credits. Refunds are also available upon request. Links to the MemberLeap registration portal for the Online Course are made available on the APSAC website and in all digital marketing materials. All registrants receive additional instructions for access via an automatic registration confirmation email from APSAC's MemberLeap portal, and a secondary registration confirmation from the Foundling containing information about the UltiPro portal. Should participants have difficulty accessing their link, they are encouraged to contact APSAC at email@example.com.
Distance Learning Description
Participants can access the UltiPro portal at their convenience. The Online Course is self-paced and participants can complete modules at their own pace. Modules consist of presentations, videos, images and graphics, references, slides, charts and are followed by an evaluation and a grades post-test. All participants must complete the full evaluation to receive participation credit. Participants who purchased CEs must answer 7 out of 10 questions correctly on the graded post-test in order to qualify to receive credit for each module. Participants receive immediate feedback in post-tests regarding the accuracy of their responses and the reasons for the correct response.
The American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children is approved by the American Psychological Association (APA) to sponsor continuing education for psychologists.
Certificate of Attendance
Completion certificates will be generated automatically when each module and post-test is completed. For registrants taking the entire course of all eight modules, CEU certificates will be generated at the end of the month in which the final module and all requirements are completed. For registrations receiving credit for fewer than eight modules, the certificate will be generated at the end of the month in which all requirements, including post-test and evaluation, are completed. All certificates will be sent via email to the address used for course registration.
APSAC receives no funds from any commercial organization for financial support of its activities in providing continuing education sponsorship of the Colloquium. The Institute’s sponsorship of this Conference does not imply endorsement of featured exhibits.
The Online Course has been rated as intermediate. Participants are urged to review module descriptions for appropriateness for professional and personal development.
The APSAC/Foundling On-line course modules includes multiple lectures delivered by national experts. Lectures are composed of slides, graphics, recorded videos, and references. All references and citations are included as part of the course materials.
Ethics Hours / Academic Credit
The APSAC/Foundling On-line course offers no “ethics hours”. The APSAC/Foundling On-line course offers no “academic” credit and CE hours awarded are not eligible toward fulfillment of a degree.
Conflict of Interest Statement
All presenters, planners or anyone in a position to control the content of this continuing education activity have indicated that neither they nor their spouse/legally recognized domestic partner has any financial relationships with commercial interests related to the content of this activity.
For accommodations on the basis of disability please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like to request a refund for part or all of the Online Course, please contact email@example.com.
Questions: If you have questions regarding continuing education, the program, faculty, grievance issues, or for a listing of learning objectives, comprehensive speaker bios, please contact APSAC at: (224) 269-1033; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.