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General Questions

  • I am a CA Member, why do I not have access to member pricing? If you are a CA who works under a DC member of the NCCA and are not receiving access to the member pricing You may not be logged in to your individual profile, CAs cannot register for courses under thier DC's account. Click here to log-in. If you have never created an account on our site, click here to view instructions on how to create a member profile. If you are not sure if your DC is a current member of the NCCA you may search their name on our "Find a Doc" page.
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  • What is CE Broker? Ce Broker is the website used by the NCBOCE to manage CEUS and renewals. The NCCA does not have access to this site and all questions will be directed to the NCBOCE
  • How do I access my completion certificate? Click the orange button called "Proof of Completion." This is located under "my list" in your account.

CCA Specific Questions

Conference Questions

  • Where do I access my course/conference? Go to My list Scroll to course Click the green "Launch Classroom/Live Broadcast/webinar" button.
  • Can I watch the live broadcast course at a later date or time? No, live broadcasted hours will only be available at the time of their showing. For example: as a telvision show is broadcasted on a television network you are unable to restart or delay start in the broadcast and once the show concludes you can not restart it.
  • How many hours do I need to complete as DC annually for my NC license renewal? 18 total hours are required. 10 hours are required to be "in-person" CEU Starting in 2023 all live online courses with an instructor interactive component qualify as "in-person" CEU Up to 8 hours can be "online" CEU, meaning courses taken online that can be done at any time. Two of these 8 hours can be "self-study". Click here for a how-to on reporting those hours.
  • Where do I access the on-demand course? Within your click the green "launch classroom" button under the desired conference titile and naviaget to the "on-demand" tab Sometimes in the case of an in-person convention wspecially, the on-demand hourse will be hourse in their own separate virtual classroom and will be labeled as such. Simply navigate to the appropriately titled classroom and click on the green "launch" button.


Getting Started

  • Do I need special equipment / What are minimum specs needed to view programs? You can test your internet connection & system by clicking on this link (which will open a program viewer in a new tab). You should see a test video, hear audio and see a test PowerPoint slide. If you are having trouble with the test video buffering or not playing, please feel free to contact Customer Support for assistance. While viewing programs is compatible with a wide variety of operating systems, browsers and internet connections, below are some suggestions to better assure compatibility and a better viewing experience. If you are unsure on what browser and/or operating system you are on, you can click on this ​link (Windows 10 may show as Windows NT 10.0) ***Click on each panel section below to view the related suggested minimum system specs *** + OPERATING SYSTEM Windows Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10 & 11 are all supported. We recommend Windows 10 and above for the best compatibility and viewing experience. Mac OS Mac OS X 10.12 (Sierra), Mac OS X 10.11 (El Capitan), Mac OS X 10.10 (Yosemite), Mac OS X 10.9 (Mavericks), Mac OS X 10.8 (Mountain Lion), Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion) & Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard) are supported We recommend Mac OS X 10.9 (Mavericks)and above for the best compatibility and viewing experience. Close this section + INTERNET BROWSERS We support all major browsers including Google Chrome, Firefox Quantum, MS Edge, and Safari We recommend the latest versions of Google Chrome and Firefox Quantum for the best viewing experience. Close this section + INTERNET CONNECTION Streaming programs typically require a minimum of 250Kbit/s of download speed in order to play without issue. Please click on this link to run a speed test to test your current Internet Connection. If your speed test results for Download are 0.30Mbps or lower you may want to contact your Internet Service Provider (ISP - such as Comcast, Spectrum, AT&T) to troubleshoot. Poor Results Good Results We recommend an internet connection download speed of 1Mbps for the best viewing experience. WIRED CONNECTION VS WIFI CONNECTION While WiFi routers have come a long way, a wireless connection is susceptible to more connection issues than a wired connection. Distance from the wireless router, walls, other wireless signals can all impact your connection. If you run into any performance issues in viewing a streaming program, we recommend switching to a wired connection. Please note that you typically will need to disable your wireless connection in order to confirm you are on a wired connection. We recommend a wired Internet connect with at least 1Mbps of download speed for the best viewing experience Close this section + CE21 MOBILE APP (Android / iOS) Our CE21 Mobile App allows you to view programs on the go (or at your desk!) and works via either your phones WiFi connection or by mobile 4G/LTE cell connection. Please note that downloading or streaming video on your phones cell connection (4G/LTE) may vary in quality depending on your location. Check your cell phone carrier if you are unsure on how much monthly bandwidth your plan includes. We recommend using the CE21 Mobile App on a WiFi connection for the best viewing experience Download the CE21 Mobile App Close this section + VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENTS (CITRIX) Watching through a remote desktop or virtual environment such as via VPN, Citrix, or other cloud-based environment can cause video playback issues or a lack of audio to be transmitted. Close this section

Technical Support

  • My video is stuck or has stopped playing If your video has dropped audio or has stopped playing altogether, please try refreshing your entire viewer page by going to the Help tab in the viewer and clicking on the "Reload Viewer" text link to refresh the page and reload the program. ​ If you are unable to locate the Help tab on the video viewer page, please locate and click the Reload/Refresh icon on your web page. The reload/refresh icon is usually a clockwise turned arrow icon located near the web address on the web page. If reloading the page, as shown above, does not resolve the issue, you may try closing your web browser entirely and reopening it and navigating back to the program, and relaunching the program.
  • My video playback is stuttering, buffering, or playing poorly There are a couple of main culprits that may cause streaming playback issues. We've found the following troubleshooting steps correct the vast majority of buffering or stuttering performance issues. Any option by itself may clear up the playback issues. PLEASE NOTE that Internet Explorer is no longer a supported web browser. If you are attempting to view the video content using Internet Explorer, you will be required to switch to a current web browser such as Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, or if you are on a Mac, Safari. TEMPORARY VIDEO PLAYBACK ISSUE If your video has stopped momentarily and this issue isn't occurring consistently, please try refreshing your entire viewer page by going to the Help tab in the viewer and clicking on the "Reload Viewer" text to refresh the page and reload the program. If reloading the video doesn't seem to resolve the issue, here are some more suggestions: CONSISTENT VIDEO PLAYBACK ISSUE STEP #1: LOCK ONTO THE LEAST DEMANDING VIDEO STREAM You may be having intermittent issues with your Internet connection. This solution will lock you into the lowest available video stream that may smooth out your video playback experience. Hover your mouse over the video player. Hover your mouse over the gear icon at the bottom right of your video player. Select the lowest number listed to lock your video onto the least demanding video stream. If video playback issues continue - move on to Step #2 below. PLEASE NOTE: If you are on a Mac device and/or using Safari, the gear icon is not present. In order to lower the stream speed, you will need to switch to the Google Chrome browser. STEP #2: ​SWITCH TO AN ALTERNATE INTERNET BROWSER Your Internet cache in your browser may need to be cleaned/cleared out. If you are unsure about how to clear your browser cache, an alternate, easier and quicker option is to try switching to a different Internet browser to continue viewing the program. If you're on Microsoft Edge - try switching and viewing the program on the Google Chrome browser. Other popular browsers such as Opera and Firefox are compliant with program playback. Following this step resolves the vast majority of playback issues. ​If any video playback issue persists, please contact Support for further troubleshooting.

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