CE Broker FAQs
Visit CEBroker.com for more information
What is CE Broker and why was it developed?
CE Broker is the name of an electronic tracking system developed for the Department of Health to help track and facilitate audits of continuing education (CE) credits. The Florida Department of Health was mandated by law to implement an electronic tracking system.
How does CE Broker affect my license renewal?
CE Broker has no effect on your ability to renew your license.
If I, as a licensee, do not have the necessary CE credits reported in CE Broker to meet the CE requirements, will the licensee be disciplined?
If an audit (electronic) indicates you failed to meet your CE requirements, you will be referred for possible action against your license. This process includes an opportunity for you to submit, manually or electronically, proof of your compliance with the CE requirements and thus avoid further action against your license. Only if you cannot prove compliance with your CE requirements will you be subject to further action against your license. Discipline will be conducted according to the licensure rules which govern your profession.
Will my license be renewed if at time of renewal any or all of my required CE course credits have not been reported to CE Broker?
Yes, your license will be renewed as compliance with your CE requirements is not linked to renewing your license and data in CE Broker is not used during renewal.
How will the information in CE Broker be used by the Department of Health?
The information collected in CE Broker will allow for the enhanced auditing of licensees by verifying which licensees have completed their required CE hours, in accordance with the laws and rules governing their profession, by the last day of the licensure biennium.
Can I self-submit a course completion report to CE Broker?
Yes, you may self-report course hours not otherwise reported, if allowed by your profession’s rules, by accessing the CE Broker website, at no cost.
Is my CE information in CE Broker a public record?