Respiratory Therapists who practice respiratory therapy in the state of CT, must maintain a valid license. To learn more about how to become licensed in CT, use this link to go to the CT Department of Public Health.
Respiratory Therapists need to earn a minimum of six hours of qualifying continuing education within the previous one year period to maintain their license. One contact hour is a minimum of fifty minutes of continuing education activity. For more information about what qualifies as a continuing education activity and exemptions can be found at this CT Department of Public Health page for Continuing Education.
The specific law, in regard to the respiratory therapy scope of practice can be read here.