The Continuing Education Unit (CEU) program provides NKBA-certified members with the tools to excel in their profession and to promote their expertise to consumers. CEUs provide the opportunity for individuals to have recognition of their efforts to update or broaden their occupational knowledge and skills. Industry professionals and consumers are better protected in a more educated marketplace. By ensuring that all certified members maintain an adequate level of knowledge, the NKBA builds consumer confidence and trust in the industry and more specifically of all NKBA members.

CEU'S are self-reporting for Certified NKBA Members.

The current 2014-2016 CEU Cycle runs from July 1, 2014 to June 30, 2016. NKBA certified members are required to earn at least 1.2 CEUs (or 12 hours) during the two-year cycle.

Effective July 1, 2016, All NKBA certified members will be required to earn 20 CEU hours per two-year cycle. This change will be effective beginning with the next CEU cycle on July 1, 2016 – June 30, 2018. NKBA University offers free CEU approved webinars every month (12 per year). A member can earn 24 free CEU hours in two years from the comfort of their home or office. The new CEU requirement of 2.0 CEUs (20 hours) during the 2-year cycle is within the industry norm. In addition, the California Capital Chapter provides at least 6 CEUs per year at chapter meetings and/or events.

To submit your CEUs, login to www.nkba.org, go to “Member Center,” “My Account” and “View My CEU’s” and complete an online CEU Reporting Form. Once completed, click to send the information directly to the NKBA Certification Department for processing. Faxed or mailed CEU reporting forms will not be accepted. You are not required to submit an online CEU Reporting Form for an NKBA on-line or in-person NKBA Education Course. Certified members' NKBA CEU records will be automatically updated with the class is closed by the NKBA. You are responsible for submitting your own CEU for attending a Chapter Meeting. We recommend that you maintain your own attendance records in the event of a discrepancy.