The ICHCC reviews training programs to determine if the training content has any application to life care planning service delivery. It does not accredit nor approve any training or educational programs that may be applied specific to the CLCP examination. Rather, the ICHCC charges a review fee to all entities requesting coverage of their CEU's for application to the Certified Life Care Planner credential, whether the entity meets the approval criteria or is rejected.

This page offers the reader information regarding where CEUs can be obtained for renewal of their respective certification credential. The ICHCC cannot recommend a specific training program due to any potential appearances of conflict of interest, and therefore these programs are listed in no specific order of importance, relevance to the credential, or quality of content. Criteria for approval or rejection of the reviewed program for CEUs are based on the following:

  • There must be one person on the faculty of a given instructional unit (program) whom is a Certified Life Care Planner, if the subject matter does not require the expertise of a physician or lawyer as presenters/educators.
  • Physicians (M.D., D.O., D.C.) and attorneys are exempt from this rule.
  • The training entity is required to submit the program agenda, curricula vitae of the instructors, and a statement as to the application of the program to life care plan development.

The ICHCC updates this page on a regular basis as preapproved training CEUs applications are received from the field. To access the pre-approved training programs, please see the list below. You can also view upcoming preapproved training programs on our homepage calendar.