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Teleseminar FAQs

What are Teleseminars?

Teleseminars are telephone-based one hour CLE programs sponsored by WebCredenza, a South Carolina Bar CLE partner, and national provider of advanced-level programming based in Denver, CO.

What are Audio Webcast Seminars?

WebCredenza also produces Audio Webcasts. These are live (real-time) computer-based, audio only programs. They are delivered through your computer speakers, and do not include video of the presenters.

What are Audio On-Demand/MP3 Download Programs?

WebCredenza also produces audio on-demand programs. These programs, also called MP3 downloads, are archived versions of live teleseminars or audio webcasts and are delivered through your computer speakers. Audio on-demand/MP3 Download programs do not include video of the presenters.

Are WebCredenza’s programs accredited by the SC Supreme Court Commission on CLE and Specialization?

All WebCredenza programs, whether teleseminars, Audio Webcasts or audio on-demand/MP3 Downloads, are fully accredited for SC Bar MCLE credit. Moreover, many of WebCredenza’s programs are also accredited for Specialization Credit hours. Please check the individual program description or credit hour listing for Specialization Credits.

How can I find programs offered by WebCredenza?

You can link directly from the SC Bar Shop CLE site to the Webcredenza catalog here https://sc.webcredenza.com/.

How do I access WebCredenza’s programs?

If you have never taken a WebCredenza program, you must first set up an account. Your WebCredenza account and log-in are different than your SC Bar member log-in and must be created through the WebCredenza website. https://sc.webcredenza.com/account/register. If you already have an account with WebCredenza and cannot remember your log in information email them at service@webcredenza.com or call at 866 879-9236. If you just need to re-set your password click here.

May I fulfill all of my SC Bar CLE credits by taking WebCredenza programs?

WebCredenza programs (teleseminars and audio-only programs) are considered by the Commission on CLE to be Alternatively Delivered Programming (ADM). In non-COVID years, SC Bar members may obtain no more than eight (8) hours of MCLE credit through WebCredenza, but in the 2021-2022 (ending March 1, 2022), SC Bar members may fulfill all 14 hours of MCLE credit (or the enhanced required Specialization credit hour requirement) through WebCredenza.

Can I carry forward hours earned through WebCredenza programs?

Just as with all types of ADM programming, SC Bar members are not allowed to carry forward any credit hours earned through WebCredenza programs.

What logistics should I be aware of when taking a WebCredenza program?

Depending on the program you purchase, you will be notified by email whether the program is telephone or computer-based. You will be given a start time and date for live programs. You will be given a call-in number, full access instructions and a link to your electronic course materials.

How can I interact with the program faculty?

You will be able to interact by phone or chat with your program faculty during the last 10 minutes of the presentation.

How are my WebCredenza credits reported to the Commission on CLE?

WebCredenza, just like the SC Bar CLE Division, tracks live and on-demand attendance. Therefore, you must attend the full program in order to get CLE credit. At the conclusion of the program WebCredenza sends a report of completion to the SC Bar CLE Division and the CLE Division then reports MCLE credit to the Commission on CLE.