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DistanCE E-Learning

NAN DistanCE offers online continuing education credits for psychologists. Developed by neuropsychologists at the leading edge of science and practice, NAN’s DistanCE program brings educational courses directly to you in the comfort of your home or office.

Why DistanCE?

Online education eliminates many common obstacles to training. You can balance training costs and time away from the office with NAN DistanCE programs. The CE credits earned through NAN DistanCE are APA approved and may be applied toward credits needed for professional licensure. Check with your state licensure board for continuing education requirements.

NAN DistanCE offers a variety of educational formats to fit your needs:

  • Online Courses: Intensive, instructor-led courses completed over 8 to 15 weeks broken into manageable modules featuring lectures, case studies, discussion, and short exams.
  • Static Courses: Audio recordings from previous NAN course offerings. Listen at your own pace, complete the short exam, and earn CE credits.
  • Live Webinars: Convenient CE credit presentations addressing current trends in neuropsychology with the opportunity for Q&A with the presenter.
  • Recorded Webinars: Miss one of the live webinars? The webinar recording will be available with the audio and PowerPoint presentation. Complete the short exam for your CE credits.
  • Book Series: Coming soon! We are developing a homestudy program in conjunction with NAN’s Book Series.

The goal of the DistanCE program is to:

  1. Provide opportunities for psychologists and neuropsychologists to expand their current knowledge base and competencies.
  2. Facilitate the integration of practice and research to foster a greater sense of critical inquiry.
  3. Enhance clinical practice by providing current empirical data and evidence related to the content area.

The National Academy of Neuropsychology is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The National Academy of Neuropsychology maintains responsibility for this program and its content.

To access the NAN DistanCE site, please click here. NAN members, please log in with your NAN login and password. Non-members, please register to create a non-member account.