IACET ACCREDITED PROVIDER
CEU credits are defined by IACET as:
The Continuing Education Unit or CEU was created and defined in 1970 after IACET and the U.S. Department of Education task force studied the measurement of non-credit continuing education activities. The continuing education unit (CEU) was designed to:
- Provide a standard unit of measurement for continuing education and training,
- Quantify continuing education and training (CE/T) activities, and
- Accommodate for the diversity of providers, activities, and purposes in adult education.
Why are CEUs important?
It gives you, the adult education student, confidence in an organization's education or training program. As an IACET Accredited Provider, you can be assured SafeGard Classes Online's training adheres to the ANSI/IACET Standard for Continuing Education and Training. Our continuing education and training program's policies and processes have met all ten elements of the ANSI/IACET Standard. The IACET CEU assures employers, credentialing associations, licensing bodies and others that a learner has completed a quality training program which meets the national standard for continuing education and training.
Many state licensing agencies and credentialing institutions, such as the CDA Council, recognize training from IACET accredited providers to meet licensing or credentialing requirements.