Page ii What are the requirements for license renewal? Licenses Expire Contact Hours Required Every 2 years coinciding with the nurse’s license renewal. 20 Contact Hours How do I complete this course and receive my certificate of completion? On-Line Submission: Go to and follow the prompts. You will be able to print your certificate immediately upon completion of the course. Fax Submission: Fax to (386) 673-3563, be sure to include your credit card information. All completions will be processed within 2 business days of receipt and certificates e-mailed to the e-mail address provided.* Mail Submission: Mail to Elite, PO Box 37, Ormond Beach, FL 32175. All completions will be processed and certificates issued within 10 business days from the date it is mailed.* *Please note - providing a valid e-mail address is the quickest and most efficient way to receive your certificates when submitting via fax, e-mail or mail. Submissions without a valid e-mail address will be mailed to the address provided at registration. How much will it cost? Cost of Courses Course Title Contact Hours Price Texas Nursing: Jurisprudence and Ethics (Mandatory) 2 $10.00 Older Adult Care for Texas Nurses 2 $10.00 Disorders of the Endocrine System: Anatomy, Physiology, and Current Treatment Initiatives 10 $29.00 Eating Disorders and Obesity: Treatment Updates 6 $19.00  BEST VALUE  NURSING 20-HOUR TEXAS PACKAGE  SAVE $43.05 20 $24.95 Are you approved by ANCC? Yes. Elite is accredited as a provider of continuing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. Texas accepts course providers accredited by ANCC. Is continuing education in older adult or geriatric care mandatory? Yes. If you are a license holder whose practice includes older adult or geriatric populations you must complete two hours of continuing education relating to older adult or geriatric populations. Our Older Adult Care for Texas Nurses course will satisfy this mandatory requirement. Do I need continuing education in tick-borne diseases? Yes. As part of the continuing education requirements under Section 301.303, a license holder whose practice includes the treatment of tick-borne diseases shall be encouraged to participate, during each two-year licensing period, in continuing education relating to the treatment of tick-borne diseases. We offer this course online. Are my credit hours reported to the Texas board? No. The board performs random audits at which time proof of continuing education must be provided. Is my information secure? Yes! Our website is secured by Thawte, we use SSL encryption, and we never share your information with third-parties. What if I still have questions? What are your business hours? No problem, we have several options for you to choose from! Online at you will see our robust FAQ section that answers many of your questions, simply click FAQ in the upper right hand corner or Email us at or call us toll free at 1-866-344-0971, Monday - Friday 9:00 am - 6:00 pm, EST. Important information for licensees Always check your state’s board website to determine the number of hours required for renewal, and the amount that may be completed through home-study. Also, make sure that you notify the board of any changes of address. It is important that your most current address is on file. Frequently Asked Questions Complete Your CE Test Online - Click Here