When does my license expire?
Licenses expire annually on January 31.
When can I renew my license?
Applications for renewal of license will be mailed by the board on or before December 1 to all licenseholders.
How do I renew my license?
The ND renewal application may be accessed via the Board’s website. Here are the instructions listed in the administrative rules:
- Applications for renewal of license will be mailed by the board on or before December 1 to all licenseholders. Fees are payable to the board on or before December 31 of the year preceding the renewal year.
- An application for renewal of license must be signed by the applicant and notarized.
- License fees are considered delinquent and a late charge is assessed if the renewal application is not postmarked on or before December 31 of the year preceding the renewal year.
- A license is considered as a renewal if renewal is sought within three years from the date of the last issuance. After three years any application is considered a new application.
- Renewal of license must be mailed by January 24 of the renewal year if the renewal request is complete and postmarked on or before December 31.
- All late renewal applications will be audited and proof of continuing education units is required.
How many CEUs does North Dakota require?
10 hours of continuing education is required per renewal.
Can I get all of my CEUs online?
As long as your courses meet the requirements listed in the administrative rules, all CEUs may be completed online.
Are your courses approved by both the AARC and the North Dakota Respiratory Board?
Our courses are approved by the AARC, and therefore are accepted by the Board (105-02-01-04).
How much does my renewal cost?
Renewals for Registered Respiratory Therapists, Certified Respiratory Therapists and Registered Polysomnographic Technologists are $60. If postmarked after December 31.
Board Contact Information
North Dakota Society for Respiratory Care Contact Information
The information contained in this document was as accurate as possible at the time of publication. It is possible that errors exist or that current license requirements have changed. We encourage corrections and comments and will make modifications accordingly. Neither the author, Respiratory Associates of Texas, nor any other individual or institution, except the person renewing their license, is responsible or liable for any consequences of its use. You are encouraged to read your state licensure requirements from the primary source, e.g. state website. If any of our courses are rejected by your state licensing authority our sole remedy will be a refund.