All Occupational Therapy (OT) and Occupational Therapy Assistant (OTA) licenses expire on March 31st of all even years. You are responsible for renewing your license during the renewal period.
The Georgia State Board of Occupational Therapy requires each licensed OT and OTA to complete continuing education. A minimum 24 contact clock hours of continuing education is required for every renewal.
- 14 of the hours must relate to direct “hands on” patient care.
- Up to 12 hours may be obtained using on-line or home-study courses.
- The remaining hours can be in any contact area related to occupational therapy practice including but not limited to supervision, education, documentation, quality assurance, and administration.
- The Georgia State Board of Occupational Therapy requires each licensed OT and OTA to complete up to 2 hours in ethics, every two years or per each renewal period.
For more information visit the Georgia Board of Occupational Therapy