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IBCLC/CLC Continuing Education Recognition Points (CERPs):

The State of Nebraska WIC Program was not able to receive prior approval for CERPS.
Here is a link that provides more information about CERPs:

In the “Individual CERPs Guide,” you can find information on what education can be counted as a CERP.

Keep a copy of the conference agenda with the certificate of attendance.

Licensed Medical Nutrition Therapy:

The board is no longer reviewing continuing education programs. The following information outlines what is required for LMNT continuing education.

Each medical nutrition therapist who is in active practice in the State of Nebraska must complete 30 hours of continuing education programs or activities during the preceding 24-month period prior to the expiration date.

60 minutes of participation equals 1 continuing education hour when completing workshops, seminars, conferences, or electronic interactive presentations for purposes of obtaining continuing education credit.

The subject matter for each continuing education program must clearly relate to maintaining skills necessary for the safe and competent practice of medical nutrition therapy as defined in Neb. Rev. Stat. § 38-1809:

Keep a copy of the conference agenda with the certificate of attendance.

RDNs/RDs and DTRs:

The Commission on Dietetic Registration approved this conference for 12.75 continuing education hours.


Title 172 Chapter 101 Practice of Nursing notes that the Board does not preapprove continuing education offerings, but may accept as continuing education for reinstatement of a license or license renewal, the following learning experiences:

(A) Academic courses in an accredited post-secondary institution that are related to the specific knowledge or technical skills required for the nursing practice role;

(B) Courses or offerings related to the scientific knowledge for the practice of nursing including basic and advanced courses in the physical, social, and behavioral sciences; and

(C) Courses or offerings related to the application of scientific knowledge to patient care

Go to Nurse Licensing FAQs on the DHHS website for more information.

The 2023 Nebraska WIC Conference “Better Together” counts as non-peer reviewed education. Non-peer reviewed education will be accepted for the 2024 renewal period.
NOTE: Only 10 non – peer reviewed CEUs may be counted during a renewal period.


Keep a copy of the conference agenda with the certificate of attendance.

Suggested CEU Allotments
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