At LabCE, we try to make getting your continuing education convenient and affordable. Below, you'll find the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions we receive. If you have any questions or comments about LabCE, please contact us.
Subscribe online with a credit card, and you'll get immediate access to all 80 LabCE courses. Select the "pay by check" option and we'll activate your subscription when we receive your check. Your subscription will be valid for a full year (365 days) from the date we receive payment (or two full years, if you select the two-year option).
A subscription that includes a full year's access to all 80 LabCE courses is $95. You can also pick up to 8 hours of CE for just $50. Other packages are available just for phlebotomists or histologists.
You can purchase a limited subscription that allows you to choose up to 8 hours of continuing education from available LabCE courses. The limited subscription is $50.
The best value is our bundle that includes access to all 80 LabCE courses. A subscription that includes access to all 80 LabCE courses is only $95.
LabCE accepts Visa, Mastercard, and American Express online. We also accept checks and money orders, as well as PayPal.
No. You may start your subscription at any time. Your subscription will be valid for 365 days from the date we receive payment. Subscriptions are not limited to the calendar year.
Yes! Group subscriptions for your laboratory, class, office, or hospital are very affordable and come with a powerful learning management system for tracking course completion. Learn more about group subscriptions.
Once you subscribe, you'll get a username and password. Enter them after clicking on "Log In" in the upper-left corner. You'll see all the courses that are available, as well as the courses that you've started and the ones you've finished.
Courses take between 50 minutes and 3 hours to finish. The number of CE credits is the anticipated completion time in hours. The LabCE system automatically bookmarks your progress as you go through courses, and you'll be able resume at any time, from any computer. You are not penalized for taking longer to complete courses or for completing courses faster than the anticipated time, but the amount of CE credit that you'll earn remains the same. There is no time limit on courses or posttests.
Proceed through the course using the navigation on-screen. You can explore the material as you like using the table of contents. You may find ungraded practice questions along the way. Once you've viewed all of the material, you'll be able to access the posttest. The posttest is graded, and the passing score is 70%.
You may print the course material in a convenient PDF form, which includes all reading material and practice questions. This printed material is for your sole use and should not be shared with others. All posttests must be completed online. LabCE does not accept mailed or faxed material.
When you pass the posttest, a certificate will be displayed onscreen. You can print this certificate at this time, or you can print it later by returning to the program and clicking on "Certificate" beside the course you've completed. All courses you've completed and CE credits you've earned are available on your CE transcript as well. Certificates are available as long as your subscription is current.
You may retake the course and posttest as often as you like until you receive a passing score.
Once you pass a course, you won't be able to retake the posttest to change your score. You will be able to review all of the contents of the course to refresh your memory or look up information. You can only earn CE credit for a course once per year. For instance, you cannot take the OSHA Electrical Safety course twice to earn 2 hours of CEU.
The amount of CEU you can earn varies by course. All courses carry between 1 and 6 CEUs (also called CE hours, CE credits, continuing education hours, or contact hours). Your My Courses page will list the amount of CE that each course carries, and the CE you have earned will be listed on your certificates and on your CE transcript.
LabCE's clinical laboratory science courses are designed for continuing education. They do not typically substitute for college or university-level courses that you would find in a CLS degree program.
Reporting continuing education hours is the responsibility of the learner. Usually, you'll document your continuing education by mailing copies of your LabCE certificates of completion along with your license renewal. However, Florida requires that CEs be reported to its online management system, CEBroker. In this case, LabCE automatically reports all earned credits for Florida licensees.
Yes. LabCE's CE courses are accepted by California. Our provider number is #0001. Learn more about California license renewals.
Yes. LabCE's CE courses are accepted by New York. Learn more about New York CE requirements.
Yes. Florida does not use P.A.C.E.® credits, but maintains its own system of continuing education units. All LabCE courses carry Florida credits in addition to P.A.C.E.® credits. Currently, LabCE courses are only accepted by the Florida Board of Clinical Laboratory Personnel and only for licensees with director, supervisor, technologist, and technician licenses. Please contact CEBroker if you have any questions about your license type. Learn more about LabCE and Florida Board of Clinical Laboratory Science Personnel CE requirements.
Yes. Any state that accepts P.A.C.E.® credits accepts LabCE CE credits. This includes California, Tennessee, Nevada, Louisiana, New York, and more.
Yes. LabCE provides P.A.C.E.® credits, which are accepted by American Medical Technologists (AMT), the American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP), and the former National Credentialing Agency for Laboratory Personnel (NCA) (now merged with ASCP).
At this time, LabCE focuses on laboratory continuing education. Usually, LabCE courses are not applicable to nursing or other non-laboratory disciplines. However, any organization that accepts P.A.C.E.® credits should accept CEs awarded by LabCE. Please check with the accrediting agency in question for more details.