Continuing Education Units (CEUs)

Continuing Education licensing requirements vary by jurisdiction, are not well defined, and may change. We recommend you contact your licensing board or accrediting organization for the latest continuing education requirements of your state or territory.
   1. What is a CEU?

A CEU is a continuing education unit given for continuing education.  CEU’s may be given in the form of classroom time or a seminar, self-study programs, and conferences.

   2. When will CEU’s be required?

CEU’s will be required each renewal cycle according to your license type.  Please make sure that you are eligible for the CEU class offerings prior to registering for the course.  CEU’s will be honored after full completion of the course.

   3. Who can receive a CEU?

Currently, all CEU’s are for active State of Florida Boards.  If you are an out-of-state practitioner wanting to take one of our CEU class offerings please contact your state license representative to see if a State of Florida CEU transfer would be accepted prior to registering for a course.  Each class description will list whether a class is eligible for a State of Florida CEU credit and the professional license it pertains to.

We offer CEU credits for Florida Massage Therapists, Acupuncturists, Dietitians, Nutritionists, Nurses, and Midwives.  For a full listing of our classes, both on-site and on-line, please visit our CEU Offerings page.

   4. How do I sign-up for CEU’s and how much does it cost?

When registering for a class there will be an option to register for the class that will state: Admission + CEU’s.  Please select this option and provide the type of license and license number on the registration page prior to checking out.  If you encounter a problem with registering for CEU’s, please contact the school or e-mail us at

At the time of the class, we will have a sheet with your name, license, and license number to review for accuracy.  After the class has completed we will process your CEU using CE Broker – please allow up to one week for processing.

CEU processing fee: There is a $15 processing fee.  This amount is already included in the Admission + CEU option.

   5. What if I have more than one license?

If a student has more than one license a processing fee of $15/each per license will need to be applied.  As long as the course is approved for the professions listed it is approved to be used for credit towards both professions, unless it explicitly states that it is not approved for a specific profession.

During registration you will be prompted to enter in the type of profession and license number.

  6. How are CEU’s determined for your classes?

CEU’s are determined based on the amount of hours per class. Typically it is one (1) CEU for every hour, however, the State of Florida Board’s approves the amount of CEU’s allowed for each class, as well as the professions they apply to and not the Florida School of Holistic Living.

  7. How will I know if I have received my CEU’s for the class?

We process CEU’s by using CE Broker and after one week from the class you can login to your account and view the CEU’s processed from our school.  If you encounter a problem please contact our school or e-mail us at

Is your school accredited?

We are a 501c3 non-profit educational organization, but we are not a college or university.  We offer continuing education and technical experience, including CEU credits for professions including Massage Therapists, Nurses, Acupuncturists, Dietitians, and Nutritionists in various courses.

Our Herbalism Core Curriculum is a member of the American Herbalists Guild, and our program is designed to meet and at times exceed the educational criteria this professional organization sets forth in its guidelines.

Where are you located?

Our school is located at 7213 Sandscove Court, Winter Park FL Suite 9.  We are located near Goldenrod Road and Aloma Avenue.

Our Bodhi Garden, a public teaching garden, is located directly across the driveway from Dandelion Communitea Cafe, at 622 N Thornton Avenue.


Are there any requirements to enroll in your courses?

Anyone is welcome to enroll in our courses regardless of previous educational experience.  Most of our courses are fully open to the public.  Our Family Herbalist Program, and our Community Herbalist Program, require students complete our Roots of Herbalism program first.

Do you offer internships?

Yes, we are pleased to offer internships for college students and other professionals interested in learning more about the many facets of running a community organization based in holistic practices.  Many of our internships provide college credits for qualifying majors.  See our Internship page for more information about current positions and to apply.

Can I volunteer with the school?

Yes!  Volunteers comprise a vital part of our organization.  Whether you are seeking Community Service hours, or simply wish to contribute your energy and goodwill to our community, we look forward to seeing how you can be part of our work.

Please learn more about current positions and apply to become a volunteer at this link.

Can I make a donation? Is it tax deductible?

Pursuant to IRS Code 501(c)3, donations made to our organization are tax deductible.  See the Donate link in the upper right of this website to make your donation, or contact our office to make a donation by mail or phone.

Tuition & Cancellation Policy

All classes require tuition to be paid in full to confirm your seat in the course.  If a course has reached maximum amount of students, an unpaid registrants’ seat will be given to a paid registrant or student on our waiting list.

Payment plans are accepted only when arranged in advance of the first day of class.

Students must fulfill financial agreements in order to receive certificates or CEUs.


For our Roots of Herbalism program, and for all weekend programs with special guest teachers, if cancellation is received more than 7 days prior to the class, the total tuition paid less a $40 administrative fee is refundable.  If a cancellation is received within 7 days of the class, 50% of the total tuition paid less a $40 administrative fee can be applied to a future class.  Without exception, no refunds will be granted within 24 hours of when a course begins.  No refunds are provided on our Home Study course once it has been mailed to a student.

For our Family Herbalist & Community Herbalist programs, a $200 non-refundable deposit is required to register.  For these courses, if cancellation is received more than 14 days prior to the class, the total tuition minus the $200 deposit and a $40 administrative fee is refundable.  If a cancellation is received within 14 days of the class, 50% of the total tuition minus the $200 deposit and a $40 administrative fee can be applied to a future class. Without exception, no refunds will be granted within 24 hours of when a course begins.
Tuition paid on all other workshops is nonrefundable within 5 days of the class.  Another student may use your space in the class, but tuition cannot be transferred to use towards another class. Individual workshops and courses may have additional cancellation policies; consult the class description upon registration for additional information.
Tuition on Special Events: Refunds are only available if cancellation notification is received more than 7 days prior to the start of the event.  The refund amount is based on the paid registration amount minus a $40 administrative fee.  If a cancellation is received within 7 days of the event, 50% of the total paid registration minus the $40 administrative fee can be applied as a credit to a future class at the Florida School of Holistic Living.  Cancellations within 24 hours of the start of the class will not be eligible for a refund or credit to a future class.
Some courses require a minimum student registration to be held. FSHL reserves the right to cancel courses and refund full tuition to registrants.
To apply for an exception to this policy, a letter should be mailed to our office at 1109 E Concord Street, Orlando, FL 32803, Attention Director of Operations. In this letter, please include:
– Class registration, including date
– Amount and form of payment
– Reason for application for exception
– Relevant documentation attachments, including doctor’s notes
We will review your request for exception through written letter only, and will reply promptly after review.