North Dakota CE Requirements
Every dental assistant practicing in North Dakota must have a current certificate of proficiency in cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
Qualified Dental Assistant (QDA)
Registered Dental Assistant (RDA)
# CE Required: 16 hours by the end of every even-numbered year (Board registration expires on December 31 of every even-numbered year)
- Infection control: at least two hours
- CPR: two hours (must provide hands-on training and cannot be earned by home study or online)
- Ethics or jurisprudence: two hours
Notes: A maximum of eight hours may be from self-study (publications) or online courses. Non-clinical hours are no longer accepted.
Registered Dental Assistant with Anesthesia Assisting Permit
For an RDA with an anesthesia assisting permit, two of the required 16 hours must be related to sedation or anesthesia.
Registered Dental Assistant with Restorative Functions Permit
For an RDA with a restorative functions permit, two of the required 16 hours must be related to restorative dentistry.