Making Quality Continuing Ed More Accessible: A New Approach – Southeast Sports Seminars

Making Quality Continuing Ed More Accessible: A New Approach

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Unless you’re gifted with unlimited means or a rich relative bank-rolling your life, price can be a leading factor that determines many of the decisions you make in your daily life.

Starbucks or coffee from home?  New outfit or pulling something from the closet? Dinner and a movie or Netflix on the couch?

This is even more crucial in your professional life.  Often times with a limited budget or reliance on student loan allowances (we see you students), it isn’t a question of whether or not you want or even need to attend a continuing education course–it all boils down to whether you have the means to make it happen.

If you’re a student, there are so many classes you need to take OUTSIDE of what you’re learning in school…ask any practicing clinician and they’ll echo that sentiment.

If you’re a professional, you’re required to receive continuing education as part of your licensure, so choosing to attend the courses that will teach you new skills and approaches to how you treat your patients is of highest priority.

If you’ve ever been in a time-crunch to renew those hours and had to sign-up and suffer through a class you don’t care about, you know exactly what we are talking about.

Inevitably, we receive the majority of our sign-ups in the last two weeks before the class which caused us to ask the question–how can we change the conversation on quality CE from being an optional “when I can swing it” scenario into being a foregone conclusion.  How do we provide an environment where practitioners can plan their continuing education in advance and make it an affordable investment over time as opposed to a financial hit all at once?

In Q1 of 2020, we are rolling out new options to make the decision to attend a quality continuing education course easier.  Stay tuned for all of the details, offers and programs and read more about our first option below: Pay Over Time tickets.

New Payment Plans for Course Tickets:

Starting immediately, Southeast Sports Seminars now offers easy payment-plans for all live course offerings.  We’ve structured these payment plans to allow you to pay-over-time in small bi-weekly installments, making CE much easier to plan and budget for.

How does it work?

Choose the “Pay over time” option when you go to register for any one of our live course offerings.  When you register, you’ll pay the first installment payment and then have the remaining 5 payments auto-drafted from the card-on-file every two weeks.  All fees must be paid-in-full before you attend the course date.

Interested in learning more?  Fill out the form below for more details…

**this is an opportunity to pay for your ticket over time and does not involve any credit checks–it’s simply an opportunity to pay for your ticket in installment payments.**

Pay Over Time Info Request Form


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