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Thanks for your interest in offering courses for Illinois MCLE credit. Read this page to learn about course requirements, the course application process and provider responsibilities, including important deadlines and fees.
First, does your organization already have a PCAM account? Search by provider name here.
- If your organization already has a PCAM account, regardless of its status, please contact us for assistance, or
- If your organization does not have a PCAM account, proceed through this page and you will be able to request an account.
Course Requirements and Provider Responsibilities
All Illinois CLE courses must meet the standards in the MCLE Rules and MCLE Board policies.
Online Course Application Process - PCAM
The MCLE Board’s online Provider Course Accreditation Management system is PCAM. Providers submit all course-related information (applications, attorney attendance data and fees) via PCAM.
Providers must collect and report, attorney ARDC numbers, names, completion dates and hours earned and report them in PCAM.
Instructions for entering attendance data in PCAM are located on the Support tab of our website.
Fee Schedule and Deadlines
Fee Schedule, Section B Individual Course Provider
Course Application Fees and Deadlines
A course application is submitted only when the course is entered in PCAM and the Board receives the appropriate application fee. Each presentation of the same live program, including the same date or other dates, requires its own application with application fee (including any late fees).
Monthly Attendance Reporting Deadlines and Fees
*Attendance fees are required of most providers. See the Fee Schedule for those providers excluded from the $0.75 attendance fee requirement.
Example: The deadline to report attendance data and pay monthly attendance fees is December 31, 2020 for an attorney who completed the course in November, 2020.
Administrative Change Fee
There is a $25.00 administrative change fee for each request to change course data in PCAM: (1) course date changes (new date date must be after the date the course was initially submitted to the Board); (2) course withdrawal request; (3) credit hour changes (up to .50 hours); (4) delivery method changes.
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