|(a) The Board may only approve continuing education
courses sponsored by a chiropractic college accredited by the Council
on Chiropractic Education or a statewide, national, or international
(b) A continuing education course sponsor shall submit
a separate application for each course at least 60 days in advance.
(c) For each course application, a sponsor shall submit:
(1) course title, subject, and description;
(2) number of requested credit hours;
(3) course date, time, and location;
(4) method of instruction;
(5) course coordinator's name, address, and telephone
(6) signature of the sponsor's representative;
(7) a detailed hour-by-hour syllabus describing the
material taught in each hour block;
(8) names of all instructors for each block of instruction;
(9) all instructors' curriculum vitae;
(10) proposed advertising showing the course title
and content; and
(11) application fee.
(d) A sponsor shall certify the course complies with
all Board requirements.
(e) The Board shall notify a sponsor in writing whether
a course has been approved.
(f) A sponsor shall hold a Board-approved live course
only on the date submitted on the application.
(g) A sponsor may offer a Board-approved recorded online
course for up to one calendar year after approval.
(h) If a continuing education program consists of separate
sessions on different topics and on different dates, each session
is a separate course.
(i) If the same course is held in multiple cities with
different speakers, each location is a separate course.
(j) To be approved, each course must:
(1) be presented by instructors with knowledge, training,
and expertise in the topic;
(2) have content designed to maintain professional
(3) relate to the scope of practice under Texas Occupations
Code §201.002 and Board rules; and
(4) be on one or more of the following:
(A) general or spinal anatomy;
(B) neuro-muscular-skeletal diagnosis;
(C) radiology or radiographic interpretation;
(E) public health;
(F) chiropractic adjusting techniques;
(G) chiropractic philosophy;
(H) risk management;
(K) hygiene and sanitation;
(Q) adjunctive or supportive therapy;
(R) sexual boundary issues;
(S) insurance reporting procedures;
(T) chiropractic research;
(U) communicable disease;
(X) recordkeeping, documentation, and coding; or
(Y) other Board-identified public health issues.
(k) The Board may not approve or accept credit for
any course on practice management.
(l) A sponsor of an approved course shall notify the
Board in writing before any change in course location, date, or cancellation.
(m) A sponsor shall submit a roster of course participants
that contains each participant's name and Board license number, course
number, and number of hours earned by each participant not later than
30 days after the course.
(n) A sponsor shall provide each participant an attendance
certificate with the sponsor's name, the participant's name, the course
number, title, date, and location, the amount and type of credit earned,
and signature of the sponsor's representative.
(o) A sponsor may not give a course participant full
credit for attendance if the participant is absent more than 10 minutes
during any one hour period.