While private postsecondary education institutions can reopen per the Roadmap to Recovery Phase 2, any approval for distance educational activities issued by the Commission remains in effect until future notice. 

Institutions not currently approved by CPE for a distance education modality can complete the CPE distance education course approval form for authorization unless it is prohibited in statute.  If the institution is accredited, the institution must also seek approval from the accrediting body for the change in modality. Please ensure that CPE receives the request to the accrediting body with the authorization forms.  This will help speed the approval process.

For institutions approved for the VA Educational program, please visit https://benefits.va.gov/gibill/ for more information about distance education approvals and certification information.

All in person services to the CPE office has been suspended until further notice. Please contact staff via email or phone with any questions.

For individuals with Alcohol Beverage Awareness Cards expiring on or after March 12, 2020, Governor Sisolak's Declaration of Emergency Directive 009 (Revised) extended the work permit for a period of 90 days from the current expiration date, or 90 days from the date the state of emergency declared on March 12, 2020 is terminated, which ever is later.  This Directive expired on September 28, 2020. Due to statutes regarding testing requirements, CPE has not authorized online testing for issuance of a Alcohol Beverage Awareness card.

All extensions resulting from Directive 009 (Revised) expired on September 28, 2020.


CPE Document Submission Portal https://ft.nvdetr.org/form/CPE