What are CEUs?

CEUs stand for "Continuing Education Units". CEUs are the industry measurement of non-credit education. One (1) CEU equals 10 contact hours.

Is Universal Class an Accredited IACET Authorized Provider?

IACET Accredited Provider Yes! Universal Class, Inc. proudly holds the status of an Accredited Authorized Provider by the prestigious International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET), located at 1760 Old Meadow Road, Suite 500, McLean, VA 22102. This accreditation signifies our adherence to the ANSI/IACET Standard, an internationally recognized hallmark of excellence in practice and standards in continuing education. As an IACET Authorized Provider, Universal Class, Inc. is empowered to offer IACET-accredited CEUs for courses that align with these stringent quality standards.

Continuing Education Units (CEUs) represent a crucial benchmark in professional and personal development, serving as the industry standard for quantifying participation in non-credit educational activities. One CEU is equivalent to ten hours of engaged learning or contact time in an educational setting.

It's important to note that CEUs are distinct from college credits. While college credits apply to degree-oriented education, CEUs are utilized to measure non-credit educational pursuits, often essential for professional development and skill enhancement.

The CEU value of UniversalClass courses varies, with each course offering a unique amount of CEUs. Detailed information about the CEUs for a specific course can be found on the course enrollment screen.

To earn CEUs from a UniversalClass course, satisfactory completion of the course is mandatory. This typically entails achieving a score of 70% or higher, ensuring that participants have engaged effectively with the course material and achieved a level of competency reflective of the CEUs awarded.