Category II Activities


Activity 1: Conference/Symposium Attendance

Credits may be awarded for attendance at radon-specific and radon-related conferences and symposia.

One (1) hour of Category II credit is given for every two (2) hours of documented attendance at radon-related sessions of an approved conference or symposium.

2 hours of attendance = 1 credit hour
Maximum credits received for this activity: 8

Documented proof must be submitted to provide verification of your conference registration and attendance.

Activity 2: Presentation of Technical Paper

Technical papers, specific or related to radon science, measurement or mitigation technology, that have been presented formally or as a poster session at a symposium or conference may be awarded up to four (4) hours of continuing education credit per paper.

Credit is given for the first presentation of the paper only.

Papers must be research oriented and provide new information regarding radon rather than a review of existing knowledge.

1 Technical Paper = 4 credit hours
Maximum credits received for this activity: 8

Documented proof must be submitted to provide verification of your conference registration and attendance.

Activity 3: Published Article

One (1) hour of Category II credit may be awarded for each published 8½ X 11 page of a radon-specific or radon-related article in a technical publication up to a maximum of four (4) hours of continuing education per article.

Credit is given for the first publication of the article only.

Articles must be research-oriented and provide new information regarding radon rather than a review of existing knowledge.

1 - Published 8½ X 11 Page Article = 1 credit hour

Maximum credits received per article: 4
Maximum credits received for this activity: 8

Documented proof must be submitted to provide verification of your conference registration and attendance.

Activity 4: Public Outreach

One (1) hour of Category II credit may be awarded for each radon-specific presentation given to the general public or group of people with some interest in the radon issue, such as real estate professionals, bankers, builders, homeowners, etc.

A maximum of four (4) hours of continuing education per two-year period may be earned through public outreach presentations.

1 Radon Presentation = 1 credit hour
Maximum credits received for this activity: 4

Documented proof must be submitted to provide verification of your conference registration and attendance.

Activity 5: Instruction

Individuals providing instruction in radon science, measurement and/or mitigation courses maybe awarded Category II credit for this teaching activity.

Credit may be awarded at a rate of two (2) hours of continuing education credit for each one (1) hour of instruction.

You may only apply for credit once for each individual course-type taught.

1 hour of instruction = 2 credit hours

Maximum credits received for this activity: 8

Documented proof must be submitted to provide verification of your conference registration and attendance.



Activity 6: Technical Service

One (1) hour of Category II credit may be awarded for each hour of technical service provided to a radon-related professional or trade association.

Examples of such services would include service as a technical committee member/chair or chair of a technical session at an association conference.

A maximum of eight (8) hours of continuing education per two-year period may be earned in this manner.

1 hour of technical service = 1 credit hour
Maximum credits received for this activity: 8

Documented proof must be submitted to provide verification of your conference registration and attendance.

Activity 7: Association Meetings

One (1) hour of Category II credit may be earned through attendance at local and/or regional meetings of radon-related professional or trade associations.

One (1) credit can be awarded per meeting.

A maximum of four (4) hours of continuing education can be earned in this manner per two-year period.

1 Meeting = 1 credit hour
Maximum credits received for this activity: 4

Documented proof must be submitted to provide verification of your conference registration and attendance.

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