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Pursuant to Minnesota Statute Chapter 45, Section 45.306, Subd. 2:
An interactive Internet continuing education course must:
(3) include technology to guarantee seat time; (* See clarification
(16) provide questions after each unit or chapter that must be answered
before the student can proceed to the next unit or chapter;
This course has been designed to follow a time allocated outline. You will be unable to move
forward until that time has passed and you have taken the Chapter Review
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*45.306 Subd2.(3) While seat time is a definite requirement and the provider must include technology to guarantee it, this does not mean that to accomplish it, a licensee should be sitting in front of a computer waiting for X number of hours to pass. The course itself must contain the right amount of interactive instruction content to take the same X number of hours, or more, as requested by the provider. If a provider is asking for 2 hours of credit, that course must take a licensee 2 hours, or more, of interactive learning to complete. This also means that the course must have the technology to time out automatically log out) if a licensee leaves the computer inactive for more than ten minutes so that they cannot log in and then walk away from the computer for the 2 hours and receive credit.