Roster Reporting Procedures for Virginia

The DPOR requires every licensee who completes a DPOR approved course to keep a notarized affidavit. This affidavit must be signed by a Notary Public and filed in your records so that it can be produced along with the course completion certificate to the DPOR upon an audit.

Upon completion of all the course steps, a certificate will immediately, and always be available for printing from your account.

Continuing education credits will be transmitted electronically to the Department of Professional & Occupational Regulation (DPOR) the following business day after course completion. It takes an average of 2-6 business days from the time we report your hours before the Department updates your license and/or updates their website with the hours.

You can renew online with the DPOR by using the pin they sent you on the license renewal notice. The DPOR renewal PIN is temporary - valid for one renewal only. Its purpose is to allow secure login and payment of the renewal fee online. Access to online renewal payment service is available until your renewal payment is received or until the end of your renewal grace period, whichever occurs first. After an online renewal payment has been received, subsequent logins will be allowed only until the end of the grace period and only to view the receipt page - no further payments or address changes will be permitted until the next renewal cycle begins. When all renewal requirements have been met, DPOR will mail your license within 3 business days.

Your payment transaction must be completed before midnight - United States Eastern Time - of the due date.

Department of Professional & Occupational Regulation
Perimeter Center
Suite 102 (First Floor)
9960 Maryland Drive
Richmond, VA 23233
Phone: (804)367-8526
Fax: (804) 826-8863
Website: http://www.dpor.virginia.gov or Click Here to go directly to the site.