Q: How do I get credit for watching the course?
A: Register and watch!
Once the entire course is viewed and upon completion of the evaluation form, within 24 hours we send you a Certificate of Attendance.
Use this certificate as a reminder and a verification of your attendance to comply with your state’s reporting process.
Q: What’s your refund policy?
A: For webcasts and live programs, if you let us know ahead of time we are happy to find a better time for you without a fee. If it’s close to the program time and date, we may charge an administration fee:
Live Programs and Moderated Webcasts
If you cancel or want to change your registration date more than 72 hours before the program, we will give you a full refund credit on your account. If you do so less than 72 hours before the program, we have to deduct a $30 administrative fee. All paid registrants who fail to attend will have access to both the written materials and video of the course.
We are unable to give refunds for on-demand programs.
Q: Is this course accredited in my state?
A: All of our courses have been previously accredited in Minnesota and Arizona. We are adding more jurisdictions every day. If you are interested in us accrediting in your state let us know and we will get on it.
Minnesota does require a resubmission of paperwork for our moderated webcasts each time we hold them, so they are considered “applied for credits”.
If you are from the state of Minnesota please be reminded of the reporting policies:
The Minnesota State Board of Continuing Legal Education approves courses for credit and is the office to which you must report your credits. You may obtain an Affidavit of Compliance form by contacting them at 651-297-7100 or visiting the Minnesota State Board of CLE website.
ShowCourse keeps a record of the moderated webinars you have registered for, but does not report credits to the State Board.
Remember, you must report your credits to the Minnesota State Board of Continuing Legal Education.
Any questions relating to your attorney license requirements should be directed to the State Board of Continuing Legal Education. Visit the State Board’s frequently asked questions for more information.