Frequently Asked Questions

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  • May I earn CEUs for attending the conference?

    Yes! Online and in-person attendees will be able to receive continuing education credit on an hour for hour basis for all concurrent sessions, the keynote speaker, and the social justice speaker.

  • What do I need to do to collect the CEUs?

    In order to receive continuing education credits, you are responsible for verifying your attendance by checking in to each in-person session or logging in under your account in the attendee hub to participate in online sessions. Participants will be able to download certificates of continuing education after the conclusion of the conference. If you have not received information about your continuing education certificate by April 7, please email EDC is partnering with the UNT Title IV-E Child Welfare Program to certify continuing education. UNT Title IV-E Child Welfare Program complies with Continuing Education Requirements designed by the Texas State Board of Examiners of Professional Counselors, the Texas State Board of Social Work Examiners, and the Texas State Board of Examiners of Marriage and Family Therapists. We encourage all licenses to determine which courses relate to their specific field of work and specialty. For questions contact

  • If I registered for the conference but was unable to attend, can I still collect CEUs?

    Yes. After the conference is over, most sessions will be available as on-demand videos from the Cvent Attendee Hub. If you watch recorded sessions in their entirety, you will be marked as a participant and your participation should appear on your certificate.