Frequently Asked Questions
Karma Seminars FAQ's
- The course is timed. You can’t advance to the next slide until the narrator is finished.
- You must take all quizzes and pass the final exam with at least 70% to get credit.
- Do not exit the course before completing the quiz for the chapter you are working on.
- Do not leave the course running unattended or your time will not count. Be sure to exit the course window and lesson menu and sign out of the campus when stepping away. If you don’t close out properly, you may lose your progress.
- If taking course on a tablet or smart phone, you MUST stay connected to a strong, uninterrupted Wi-Fi connection. Using mobile hotspots or cellular data will cause a loss of progress. You must close every PESTED tab and sign out of the campus when stepping away from course. Do not leave the course running. Leaving tabs open for an extended period may cause you to lose progress.
After purchasing a course, you will automatically receive a receipt e-mail from us. That e-mail also has a link to click on to “Download” your course instructions. Once you have downloaded the course instruction PDF file, follow the instructions on that page to get started.
You do not have to complete the course in one sitting. You can exit the course after taking a chapter quiz, and continue at a later time. You will have access to your courses 24/7
All of our courses are available for students until they are completely used. That means the course was completed and the credits were reported to the state. However, we can only issue refunds on orders that are 6 months old or newer. Any orders older than 6 months will receive a credit for that order amount for future courses.
Returning users can log in to their course campus page by going to www.karma-seminars.com.
Credits for completed courses will be reported on the last day of each month the course(s) are completed.
Yes, each course that is purchased can only be taken by one individual. If you have multiple students who need courses you must purchase courses for each one of the students in order for them to receive credit. If you have taken a course, but didn’t pay for it yet, we will report your credits as soon as we receive payment.
All courses listed on our Website have been approved by each States respective licensing agency department.
As long as you meet all requirements, you have 12 months after your license/certificate expires to renew and pay the late fee. CE hours must be completed by December 31 of your expiration year. If you have been expired for more than 12 months, you will need to re-exam as a new applicant in “Laws and Regulations” and all categories.
No. DPR does not track CEU hours for license/certificate holders. It is your responsibility to get certificates of completion from each CEU course sponsor and track your own CEU hours. (Title 3, CCR Section 6513).
Yes. In accordance with Title 3, CCR Section 6513, the sponsor is required to provide you with a certificate or other proof of CE course completion.
- Less than 12 months – no CEU hours are required.
- 12 to 20 months – one-half of the CEU hours are required
- 21 to 24 months – the full CEU hours are required.
See the full CE Requirement Summary at
Yes. Excess CE hours for “Laws and Regulations” can be used to meet the “Other” CE requirements.
Answer: Yes. DPR’s Website shows the list of approved, pending, and past CEU courses at: www.cdpr.ca.gov/docs/license/conted.html
All approved and pending Continuing Education Courses for CEU is located at: https://www.cdpr.ca.gov/docs/license/cont_ed_cfm/classes.html