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Understanding the Individual Activity Process

An Individual Activity application is submitted by an individual, organization, or part of an organization to an Accredited Approver, such as TNA, with the goal of being approved to award contact hours. The intent may be to offer an activity once or multiple times over a two-year approval period.

The Individual Activity organization must have a clearly defined process for assessing a nursing learning need that becomes the basis for planning, implementing, and evaluating a continuing nursing education (CNE) activity that adheres to adult learning principles, professional education standards, and ethics.

Attendance at one of our in-person workshops ("Individual Activity Workshop: Uncovering the Mysteries of the CNE Activity") is highly recommended. The workshop is offered several times a year at TNA's main offices in Austin. Find the next available class and register early!

If you are unable to attend a workshop in person, the next best option is to contact TNA's CNE Program Manager, Laura Lerma, at
. It is always a good idea to read our CNE FAQ.


Here are the documents will you need to read and/or fill-out: 

  1. Individual Activity Application Guidelines and Criteria
  2. Individual Activity Application 
  3. Biographical Data Form
  4. Conflict of Interest Disclosure Form 
  5. Education Documentation Form (EDF)
  6. Provider Directed Evaluation Form
  7. Learner Paced Evaluation Form
  8. Certificate of Successful Completion 


Sample Forms


Individual Activity Log and Individual Activity Report must be submitted together.

One-Time Offering 



Multiple Offerings 



Other Forms


Situation-Specific Education Forms

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