When does my license expire?
Licenses expire on November 30 of even numbered years.
When can I renew my license?
Renewal notices will be emailed to you six weeks prior to your license’s expiration date.
How do I renew my license?
Click the “Online Licensing” link below. Once logged in click “Renew Your License”.
How many CEUs does Vermont require?
A total of 12 continuing education hours shall be earned in a two year period. A maximum of six hours of Category II continuing education are allowed.
Can I get all of my CEUs online?
Yes, as long as your courses meet the requirements below:
Category I: Formal continuing education programs that may consist of
workshops, inservice programs, professional continuing education activities and scientific meetings and self-directed
continuing education activities that may consist of local, regional, national symposia, colloquia, journal clubs, selfstudy
courses, online courses, distance learning activities and/or institutes, or recredentialing examinations through
the National Board of Respiratory Care. Half of the continuing education (up to 6 hours) may be online or distance
Credit: One hour for each hour attended except for the recredentialing exam which carries
a specific number of hours set by the AARC.
Category II: Formal presentations by the licensee at a conference or seminar where
continuing education credit has been approved by one of the sponsoring organizations previously approved by the
Credit: Two hours for each hour of instruction, up to a maximum of 6 (six) hours per
Are your courses approved by both the AARC and the Vermont Respiratory Board?
Our courses are AARC approved and therefore accepted for respiratory license renewal in Vermont.
How much does my renewal cost?
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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.