CHEC Step 3
Step 3: Maintaining Certification
The Certified Hospital Emergency Coordinator (CHEC) certification expires biennially.
To maintain CHEC certified status the following is needed:
- Proof of completing 12 or more hours of continuing education credit hours annually
(24 hours biennially). This applies to all three levels of certification.
- At least half of the continuing education hours must be from coursework; the remaining
half can be a combination of conferences and other professional continuing education.
- Other courses, lectures, symposiums, conferences or related training will be approved
for CEU’s on a case-by-case basis.
- FEMA Independent Study (IS) courses will be accepted at the rate of 1 CEU per course.
Conference attendance will be accepted at a rate of 75%.
Certifications expire the end of a calendar year on December 31st. All State approved courses with associated continuing education hours will be accepted
to include the State Office of EMS, EMA, POST, and Fire Academy.
Center of Operational Medicine
Medical College of Georgia
For questions please call 706-721-3548