Above is the Website link to the Idaho Board of Morticians. From there you can access current information, including license renewal requirements.
Idaho requires 8 hours of continuing education every year.
ONLY 4 HOURS PER YEAR may be completed through home study (Online / by Mail)
License Renewal Deadline: Every year, before license holder's birthday. License expires on birthday; the continuing education audit date is determined by going back 12 months to the exact date of licensee's renewal.
Online License Renewal: Click the link below to begin. You can also copy and paste the URL into the address bar of your browser.
Exemptions from CE: Check your state board Website through the above link, or by calling them directly.
CE Carryover Policy: You may carryover a maximum of 8 CE hours every renewal period; only 4 hours may be carried over from home study.
Acceptable Types of Courses: Home study (Online / by Mail); Classroom study
Testing: Required for home study in order to certify completion of course materials. APEX testing is "OPEN BOOK," which means you have access to course materials while taking each quiz.
Course Repetition: A course cannot be repeated within the same renewal period, but the same course can be taken again and will receive credit during subsequent renewal periods.
Certification of Completion: Print the certificate for each quiz you pass and retain those for your records. You will need to certify compliance with CE requirements on your renewal application form, but do not send certificates unless requested by the Board.
Idaho Board of Occupational Licenses
Board of Morticians
P.O. Box 83720
Boise, ID 83720-0063
Phone: (208) 334-3233 FAX: (208) 334-3945
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