education

California REHS Continuing Education

NEHA has been designated a continuing education accreditation agency for registered environmental health specialists by the California Department of Public Health. 

Information for CA REHS Credential Holders

Contact hours earned through attendance at activities approved through NEHA will count toward completion of the continuing education requirement for REHSs.

 

Activity Name

Hosting Organization

Type of Course

Course End Date

CE Expiration

Credits Available

Healthy Homes Assessment: Principles and Practice

National Center for Healthy Housing

In-person

Various

6/4/2015

13.75

Essentials for Healthy Homes Practitioners

National Center for Healthy Housing

In-person

Various

2/12/2016

14

2013 Annual Education Conference and Exhibition (NEHA)

NEHA

In-person

7/11/2013

7/11/2016

24

Epi-Ready

NEHA

In-person

3/12/2014

3/12/2017

14

2014 Preparedness Summit

National Association of County and City Health Officials

In-person

4/4/2014

4/4/2017

20

2014 NACCHO Annual Conference

National Association of County and City Health Officials

In-person

7/8/2014

7/8/2017

19

2014 Annual Education Conference and Exhibition (NEHA)

NEHA

In-person

7/10/2014

7/10/2017

24

Horizontal Remediation Well Training Workshop

Directional Technologies, Inc.

In-person

9/23/2014

9/23/2017

7.5

Raising the Bar for Pool Chemicals and Test Kits

NSF International

Online

1/14/2015

1/14/2018

1

Industry-Foodborne Illness Investigation Training and Recall Response

NEHA

Online

Various

2/3/2018

6

General Environmental Health - EPHOC

South Central Public Health Partnership

Online

Various

2/3/2018

3

Statutes and Regulations - EPHOC

South Central Public Health Partnership

Online

Various

2/3/2018

3

Food Protection - EPHOC

South Central Public Health Partnership

Online

Various

2/3/2018

4

Potable Water - EPHOC

South Central Public Health Partnership

Online

Various

2/3/2018

6

Wastewater - EPHOC

South Central Public Health Partnership

Online

Various

2/3/2018

4

Solid and Hazardous Waste - EPHOC

South Central Public Health Partnership

Online

Various

2/3/2018

3

Hazardous Materials - EPHOC

South Central Public Health Partnership

Online

Various

2/3/2018

1

Zoonoses, Vectors, Pests, and Weeds - EPHOC

South Central Public Health Partnership

Online

Various

2/3/2018

4

Radiation Protection - EPHOC

South Central Public Health Partnership

Online

Various

2/3/2018

2

Occupational Safety and Health - EPHOC

South Central Public Health Partnership

Online

Various

2/3/2018

1

Air Quality and Environmental Noise - EPHOC

South Central Public Health Partnership

Online

Various

2/3/2018

2

Housing Sanitation - EPHOC

South Central Public Health Partnership

Online

Various

2/3/2018

3

Institutions and Licensed Establishments - EPHOC

South Central Public Health Partnership

Online

Various

2/3/2018

3

Swimming Pools and Recreational Facilities - EPHOC

South Central Public Health Partnership

Online

Various

2/3/2018

3

Disaster Sanitation - EPHOC

South Central Public Health Partnership

Online

Various

2/3/2018

5

WWETT: NEHA Track: Bringing Water Reclamation and Re-Use into Your Business

NEHA

In-person

2/23/2015

2/23/2018

6

2015 WWETT Show

Cole Inc.

In-person

2/23/2015

2/23/2018

15

Southern California Joint Technical Symposium Joint Technical Symposium Committee In-person 10/26/2016 10/26/2019 6

 

E-learning Courses

NEHA e-learning courses are available to all California REHS credential holders for credit. In order to receive credit for taking most of our e-learning courses, you must be a member of NEHA.  To receive credit, you must be sure to be logged into e-learning and complete the evaluation after each course. Please print a copy of your certificate of completion for your own records.

After you have completed the courses for your renewal, submit a Certificate of Attendance Request Form . Please note, NEHA's offices will be closed from 12/25/17-1/2/18. After your request has been reviewed and verified, you will receive one Certificate of Attendance for submission to the California Department of Public Health. Please note that review of your request may take four to six weeks. 

 

Information for Providers of Continuing Education

NEHA is an accredited agency of the California Department of Public Health. If you wish to have your continuing education program be eligible for California REHS credit, please submit the Registered Provider Application to credentialing@neha.org with the $100 application fee.