Continuing Education and Training Accreditation


The Value and Benefits of the IACET Accreditation

Becoming an IACET Accredited Provider delivers value every step of the way—from the self-study process to the ongoing credibility communicated in the marketplace.  Accreditation shows you mean business. Read more »


To be eligible for IACET accreditation, an organization must create and administer continuing education and/or training (CE/T) activities, courses, programs or other learning events. Read more »

Becoming an IACET Accredited Provider

Learn the step-by-step process that an organization seeking to obtain the status of Accredited Provider will walk through in thier journey to be authorized to issue IACET CEUs. Read more »

Reaccreditation Process

To ensure that a provider continues to meet quality continuous education and training practices, IACET requires that APs reapply for accreditation every five years. IACET aims to ensure that all APs remain current and consistent with the most currect version of the ANSI/IACET Standards. Read more »

Committing to Excellence

An organization awarding IACET Continuing Education Units (CEUs) under its name is responsible for continually ensuring that the process for development and delivery of training activities, courses and programs continue to meet all of the ANSI/IACET Standard for Continuing Education and Training category elements, even after accreditation. Read more »

IACET Commission

The members of the IACET Commission are experts in continuing education and training (CE/T) charged with directing and administering the process by which organizations are approved as Accredited Providers. Read more »

Frequently Asked Questions

Have questions about IACET Continuing Education Units (CEUs) orbecoming an IACET Accredited Provider (AP)?  Check our Frequently Asked Questions to get the answers you seek. Read more »


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