Get continuing education (CEs) credits at our 75th annual Convention & Exposition!

Care Providers of Minnesota is pleased to offer accredited continuing professional education. Tracking attendance for CE purposes will be through a QR code you can scan using your smartphone. 
QR code imageTo receive your CEs, you MUST scan a QR code with the camera on your smart phone at the end of each session. The QR code for each session will show up in the last slide of the session’s PowerPoint presentation. Each code is specific to that particular series. The QR code brings you to a Google form—please fill it out completely for your CEs per session.

Test the QR code example!

Don’t have a smart phone—or having trouble with it? Neighbors/colleagues can help (submissions per phone are not limited). We will also have a ‘master’ code list at Registration, so if you are having any issues, check with Care Providers of Minnesota staff to get your submission completed. (Due to accreditation purposes, all troubleshooting to ensure CE receipt must be addressed on site.)

No more paper tracking forms or paper evals! The session evaluation is built into the QR Code process. Please make sure you enter your correct Care Providers of Minnesota ID number (it will be on the bottom of your name badge). This ID number ensures your CEs go to you. You can spell your name wrong, but if you get this number wrong, your CEs won’t be right.

Minnesota Board of Executives for Long-Term Services & Supports
Application for continuing education credit for Minnesota licensed nursing home administrators, licensed assisted living directors, and licensed health services executives will be made through the Minnesota Board of Executives for Long-Term Care Services & Supports for a maximum 13.25 clock hours.

Minnesota Board of Nursing
Sessions are designed to comply with the Minnesota Board of Nursing criteria for contact hours. Nurses can apply their hours toward their licensure requirements; however, the Board of Nursing does not pre-approve continuing education. The Minnesota Board of Nursing rules on continuing education define the contact hour as 60 minutes. Convention offers nurses a maximum of 13.25 contact hours.

Minnesota State Board of Social Work 
Some sessions are designed to comply with the Minnesota Board of Social Work criteria. The Board of Social Work does not pre-approve continuing education; however, Care Providers of Minnesota is a pre-approved continuing education provider, CE Provider Approval Number: CEP-52.

Other Disciplines
All other disciplines are encouraged to track their attendance using a QR code you can scan using your smart phone and submit attendance reports to the appropriate agency for their discipline.


Contact us for questions about registration or educational content for convention. We're here to help! Our toll-free number is 1-800-462-0024.

Shauna Kapsner
Shauna Kapsner
Director of Education & Events

Loni Lagro
Education Support Specialist