FAQ

  • You will be prompted to produce a user account upon initially registering for a course.
  • Please carefully provide your name and requested demographic information to permit proper reporting of your course completion.
  • Online coursework – On-demand courses that a learner may engage on his or her own schedule.
  • Live Webinars – Live virtual Zoom lectures with the ability for learners to engage the instructor in real time.
  • Live In-Person Lectures – Scheduled live events in which the instructor and learner are in the same room at the same time.
  • Register, enroll and logon.
  • Choose a course:
    • All courses are approved for IANM.
    • If seeking state license renewal credit, we recommend that you confirm that our PACE approved coursework is acceptable by your state board of examiners.
    • Select and purchase a course.
    • Take the course, be compliant with attendance, sign in and out during live events, take all polling questions during live webinars, and answer all quiz questions for certification.
    • Download your course certificate.
    • Our office will forward notification of your completion of respective courses directly to PACE.
    • When necessary, you should report your hours directly to your respective board of examiners.
  • Your course certificates of completion and course materials will be available to you for future use by clicking on your completed course listings.
  • Confirmation and compliance of attendance and participation will be achieved in the following manner:
    • Upon purchasing any course offering, course attendees attest and affirm, on their honor, that they will attend and participate fully in courses for which they seek continuing education credit.
    • For online, recorded coursework, course timing mechanisms and mandatory quizzes will be employed.
    • For live virtual Zoom webinars, course attendees agree to complete all polling quiz questions that are presented randomly throughout given coursework.
    • For live, in person events, course attendees will sign in and out on prescribed attendance sheets. Random code words will be presented to help assure attendance.
  • To receive a certificate of completion, attendees must pass respective quizzes. Multiple attempts are permitted.
  • After successful completion of a course and quizzes, attendees may download and print Certificates of Completion at their convenience.
  • Continuing education credit is based on a contact hour, defined as 50 minutes of participation and shall not include time for meals or breaks.
  • PostGradDC.com is a recognized PACE educator:
  • PACE is the Providers of Approved Continuing Education program, a service of the Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards (FCLB) providing recognition of continuing education providers.
  • PACE Approved States: https://pacex.fclb.org/pages/RegulatoryBoards.php
  • Hyperlinks have been provided to respective state and jurisdictional boards. Attendees are responsible to understand and comply with their respective license renewal requirements.
  • Documentation of attendance or participation:
    • PostGradDC.com shall forward to the FCLB a complete list of program participants.
  • Upon course completion, attendees may need to forward certificates of completion to respective State Boards of Examiners per their regulations.
  • PostGradDC will maintain records sufficient to serve the needs of participants and regulatory bodies for at least five (5) years.
  • PostGradDC.com will report course completion directly to CE Broker approved states.
  • Minimum system and equipment requirements:
    • Computers, tablets and smartphones may be utilized by course attendees for online and live webinar course work.
    • While our staff may provide assistance, it is the responsibility of course attendees to attain connectivity, navigate and download documents.
  • Attendees are responsible for their computer, tablet or smartphone connectivity, downloads and printing.
  • Educational materials:
    • Purchased courses can be accessed for future reference.
    • For each course, downloadable and printable course handout PDFs are available to course attendees.
  • Attendees may stop online courses at any time, log out and resume coursework at their convenience.
  • Limited technical assistance is available via e-mail, telephone, or a help menu. Please contact your IT person for hardware, connectivity, download or printing assistance.
  • If PostGradDC.com experiences a technical problem, e-mail notification will be sent to registered users.
  • If a loss of connectivity or audio-visual glitches occur, attendee may repeat the class on a future date without additional charge.
  • Examples of electronic security include password protection, hypertext transfer protocol over secure socket layer (https://), and numerous other security measures. Private e-mails may also be considered secure.
  • Email addresses will not be shared.
  • Users may opt to receive email notifications of upcoming coursework.
  • James Demetrious, DC, DABCO is a member of the NCMIC Speakers’ Bureau and owns a chiropractic practice. He has no other commercial relationships or financial interests that may influence his coursework.
  • All opinions, viewpoints and recommendations contained in PostGradDC coursework represent those of the instructor alone and do not represent the opinions, viewpoints or recommendations of any organization with which the instructor may be affiliated, including, without limitation: PACE, NCMIC, and the ACCO.