Become an CE Sponsor
The National Continuing Education Review Service (NCERS) reviews and approved thousands of continuing education programs offered by hundreds of providers across the country.
There are no limitations to sponsorship. If your organization provides continuing education to Long Term Care Administrators, either in-person or through distance learning, you are eligible to become a NCERS sponsor and have CE hours approved by NAB.
To become a sponsor, click on the application link below and complete it online.
Annual Standard Sponsor | $275.00
Open to any organization that provides public programs. Your annual fee includes unlimited public program submissions. Your sponsorship fee does not include any program submission fees.
Annual Corporate 10 Sponsorship | $1,320.00
Open to any organization that provides private + public programs. Your annual fee includes up to ten (10) private programs and unlimited public program submissions. Your sponsorship fee does not include any program submission fees.
Annual Corporate Sponsor Unlimited | $2,640.00
Open to any organization that provides private + public program. Your annual fee includes unlimited private and public program submissions. Your sponsorship fee does not include any program submission fees.
NCERS Sponsor Informational Materials and Links:
We encourage new and existing sponsors to reference the links below:
The NCERS Sponsor User Guide will guide you through each step, from start to finish while submitting your program.
- UPDATED (February 2019) Download the NCERS Sponsor Users' Guide
- UPDATED (November 2018): Read the NAB NAB/NCERS CE Program Provider/Sponsor Agreement
- View the NCERS System Orientation Webinar (Recorded March 2016)
- Download the NCERS New System Orientation PowerPoint
- Continuing Education White Paper
- NCERS Agenda Template
NAB certifed sponsors have exclusive program benefits enabling them to bring their customers just in time education without incurring hefty late fees.
To become a Certified Sponsor, providers/sponsors of continuing education must meet specific criteria. For more information about becoming a NCERS Certified Sponsor, click here.