Continuing Education

Earn Credits/Contact Hours for Your Licenses and Certifications

Please continue to monitor this page for updates as they become available.

Continuing education is a cornerstone of CCMC’s 2024 Virtual Symposium, and we know it’s an important factor when you are deciding whether you will be joining us. Each year after the program is set, CCMC staff work together with accrediting bodies to determine the number of continuing education hours that are approved to be offered. These numbers may change from year to year based on each accrediting body's requirements. The number of CE approved for CCMC’s 2024 Virtual Symposium may also vary by credit type. 

At this time, we are unable to state the exact number of CE credits that will be available for each discipline applied but will post that information as it becomes available. Please continue to monitor this page for updates as we prepare an amazing Virtual Symposium for you!

As a Point of Reference

Last year's Virtual Symposium provided attendees the opportunity to earn up to 20 continuing education credits including CCM, CDMS, RN, and other types. Attendees could earn up to 12 continuing education credits from attending the live sessions and some disciplines were able to earn an additional 7 continuing education credits by accessing the session recordings post-event. Attendees could earn 1 additional continuing education credit by viewing and completing the evaluation for the CMLearning Network© webinar.

The Commission for Case Manager Certification (CCMC) is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.


CCMC requires all speakers, planners, and reviewers to abide by the CCMC Standards for Disclosure and Commercial Support, as well as any standards, policies, or requirements of the various accrediting organizations. The expectation is that all presentations will be unbiased in nature and content, will not include any trade or brand names, and will only refer to generic drugs and products. There will be no group messages included such as company logos, handouts, or other items.