Posted on: January 9, 2018

Reston, Virginia (January 10, 2018) – The International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET), announced today that it has posted a number of online education opportunities to enhance the value of its membership.  IACET has posted numerous new webinars on a variety of topics.  IACET’s Connection Webinars are designed to add value to Accredited Provider and individual memberships by providing relevant educational opportunities on topics associated with adult continuing education and training.

Interactive and convenient, IACET’s Connection series of webinars covers topics such as:

  • Web-based/online course development and implementation
  • Cognitive science of adult learning
  • Best practices for adult education
  • Innovative ideas on the latest technology
  • Ideas for improving classroom instruction and training programs
  • Best practices for online and classroom instructors
  • Comptency Based Training
  • Badging 
  • And much more.

A full schedule of new webinars is available at:

Can’t attend? Don’t worry, IACET will also be recording many of the webinars for playback at a convenient time for members. Connection webinars are available free to members of the association or to non-members for a small fee.  If a non-member wants to attend more than three webinars, they may want to save money and join as an individual member for only $110 annually. More information about individual membership can be found here.

About IACET: IACET is a non-profit association dedicated to quality continuing education and training programs. IACET accredits education providers that meet strict continuing education guidelines originally created in 1968 and recently updated by the IACET Council for Standards Development (ICSD). IACET accreditation is the standard learners seek for quality when they choose a provider. IACET's Standard is the core of thousands of educational programs worldwide.  For more information, please visit

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