STATES WITH INFECTION CONTROL TRAINING REQUIREMENTS

Note: Those states that are marked with an asterisk (*) require that the training program and / or provider obtain specific authorization from the licensing authority.

ProCEO has obtained the required authorizations to to offer training in all states.

Alabama Dentists and hygienists must complete a 2 CE Infectious Disease Control course every two years.
Arizona Dentists and hygienists must complete a 3 CE Infectious Diseases or Infection Control for relicensure. Denturists - 2 CE.
Arkansas Dentists and hygienists must complete a 1 CE Infection Control course for relicensure. Expanded duty assistant - 2 CE.
California* All dental professionals must complete 2 CE's in California Infection Control (and 2 CE's in California Dental Practice Act). Training on this site is only for Infection Control. Dental Assistant new applicants must complete an 8-hour hands-on course that is not offered here.
Connecticut Required courses for Dentist only - at least 1 CE in Infectious Disease (with HIV)
Delaware Required courses for Dentist only - 2 CE's in Infection Control.
District of Columbia Dentists are required to complete 4 CE's in Infection Control; Dental Hygienists are required to complete 2 CE's
Iowa Registered dental assistants are required to complete 2 CE's in Infection Control.
Maryland* Dentists and Registered Dental Hygienists are required to complete 2 CE's of Maryland Infection Control every renewal cycle.  Assistants certified in radiology must complete 2 CE's of Infection Control.
Massachusetts Part of the CEUs required for all dentists, hygienists and assistants include a course in Infection Control in the dental health-care setting. The course presented here covers CDC Recommendations.
Minnesota All dental professionals required to complete course in Infection Control.
Nevada Dentist and dental hygienists are required to have 4 CE's in Infection Control every 2 years.
New Mexico* All dental professionals are required to complete a course in Infection Control.
New York* All licensed dental professionals are required to complete training in Infection Control and Barrier Precautions
North Dakota All dental professionals are required to complete  2 CE's  in Infection Control.
Oregon All dental professionals required to complete 2 CE's in Infection Control
Rhode Island All dental professionals are required to complete 1 CE of OSHA Bloodborne Pathogen annually.
South Carolina

Dentist and dental hygienists are required to complete 2 CE's in Infection Control. Dentists are also required to ensure that auxiliary staff who have contact with blood & body fluids complete 2 hours biennially on Infection Control & Sterilization.

West Virginia* All dental professionals are required to complete 2 CE's of Infection Control.
Wisconsin All dental hygeinists are required to complete 2 CE of Infection Control.