Healthcare Continuing Education
Continuing Education Provider # CEP16551
Valid through 10/31/2022
Continuing Education is defined as educational experiences that assist in the development or enhancement of the knowledge and skills directly related to the individual’s professional occupation
Alternative/non-traditional education refers to accelerated training that meets the same national standards as traditional schools, colleges, and universities.
Refresher course is defined as – A course that reviews and updates a topic for those who have not kept abreast of developments & A study course serving as a review or update of previous education
Continuing education is important even during a recession. During an economic downturn, there are likely employees who are expected to take on more responsibilities. Therefore, companies should invest in training and education to give employees the necessary skills to fulfill those responsibilities. All continuing education programs are designed to provide growth and development in knowledge and skill of the targeted audiences.
What is a CEU?
- The Continuing Education Unit (CEU) is a nationally recognized standard unit of measurement for participation in a continuing education (CE) activity that is not offered for academic credit.
- One Continuing Education Unit (CEU) is defined as 10 contact hours of participation in an organized CE experience offered by a provider, excluding meals and breaks. The contact hour is defined as 1 clock hour (60 minutes) of interaction between a learner and instructor or between learner and materials that have been prepared to facilitate learning.