Apply to be a Provider
Thanks for your interest in offering courses for Illinois MCLE credit. This process helps you learn the provider responsibilities and course requirements so you can adhere to them.
Review Items A, B and C below to learn about provider responsibilities and course requirements. Then follow Steps 1-4 below to request access to our online provider system and confirm your understanding of these responsibilities and requirements.
Provider Responsibilities: Items A, B and C
Request PCAM Access: Steps 1-4
Go to our Contact Us page and Send Us a Message. If you've never messaged us via our website, you create an account first. (This is not a PCAM account.) Include these three items:
- A short statement: The provider understands Item A (course requirements and provider responsibilities), Item B (PCAM access and usage, both contact persons viewed all video tutorials) and Item C (late fee and 60-day application deadline).
- Full name of the course provider requesting PCAM registration and all other names used by that entity in the last five years.
- Two to three sentences that describe:
- types of CLE courses and topics the provider has presented or plans to;
- intended audience (e.g., organization's own attorneys, open to all attorneys, invitation only, etc.); and
- number of course applications that the provider expects to submit each year.
An MCLE Board staff member reviews your entry and checks our records for previous contact. He/she may access public information or request more information from you. If we don’t find any issues, we email you a link to the PCAM online registration form.
Click the link and complete the brief online registration form. Include a primary and secondary contact person with separate phone numbers and email addresses. Click "Submit" at the bottom. We review the registration in 4-5 business days.
If your registration is approved, we e-mail your PCAM log-in credentials (check your spam filter if you don't see our email in one week). Log-in to submit applications and pay fees.