History of IACET

  • A Challenge is Issued...

    IACET's story begins with a U.S. Department of Education task force and a challenge: Is it feasible to measure noncredit continuing education activities?

  • The CEU is Born...

    The CEU is born and standardized as 10 contact hours.

  • The Task Force Grows...

    The task force grows into the Council on the Continuing Education Unit (CCEU), which is encouraged to become a certifying body.

  • IACET is Founded

    The CCEU becomes into IACET, an international membership organization.

  • IACET Launches Accreditation Program

    IACET launches its Certified Provider Program.

  • IACET CEU is Created

    When the Certified Provider Program evolves into the Authorized Provider Program, the IACET CEU is created.

  • IACET Becomes an ANSI Standards Developer

    The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) approves IACET as an ANSI Standards Developer.

  • IACET CEU Earns ANSI Approval

    ANSI approves the IACET standard. IACET launches the ANSI/IACET Standard for Continuing Education and Training and Authorized Provider application.

  • IACET Accredited Provider Designation Changed

    IACET leads the way in bringing quality, excellence and integrity to continuing education and training programs around the world. The Authorized Provider name was changed to Accredited Provider in June 2015.

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