Keep your organization up to speed with IACET continuing education and training standards—on your schedule, at your own pace—with IACET's eLearning course on How to Become an Accredited Provider.


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IACET's eLearning course brings CE/T best practices to life and show you how to apply them to your organization.

Using this convenient, comprehensive suite of tools, organizations learn how to design, develop and deliver learning programs that comply with the ANSI/IACET Standard for Continuing Education and Training.

The self-paced modules will guide you through the foundational concepts of the ANSI/IACET 1-2013 Standard and how to apply them to your continuing education and training operations. These modules include interactive exercises and examples to help you visualize the necessary component for submitting a successful AP application. 

Training that Fits Your Needs

No two organizations have the same CE/T requirements, and every learner acquires skills and knowledge in a slightly different way.

With this in mind, IACET designed its eLearning course to let you customize a learning experience that meets the specific needs of your organization and your learners. We deliver training through a variety of online formats and provide easily customizable sample documents and templates—such as forms, checklists, reference sheets and policy forms.

Flexible, Interactive, Economical

From its engaging online format to its modular curriculum, every aspect of IACET's eLearning makes it easy to accommodate staff, instructors and learners—even groups training together.

Detailed Descriptions: Self-Paced eLearning Modules

Module 1: Becoming an IACET accredited Accredited Provider (AP)

This module covers the advantages associated with becoming an IACET Accredited Provider. The course provides an overview of the application process, how to prepare for the AP Workshop, and where to find resources and assistance from the IACET website. This lesson will help you get your bearings as you begin to navigate the AP application process. This lesson also includes an overview of the application process that includes the required steps for submission, an overview of the AP Workshop and the things you should bring to participate in the class, and an introduction to the resources available from the IACET website to assist you with the application process.

Learning Outcomes:

Lesson 1: Why IACET

  • List the advantages of AP learners receiving an IACET CEU
  • Explain the benefits of a course created by an IACET accredited Accredited Provider

Lesson 2: Application Process

  • Explain the relationship between the IACET AP Workshop and the application process
  • Discuss the IACET AP application process
  • Define key application terms
  • List the application steps for a new or renewing IACET Accredited Provider
  • Describe the application submission requirements

Lesson 3: IACET AP Workshop Preparations

  • Describe the purpose of the AP Workshop
  • List the items that will be needed to participate in the AP Workshop

Lesson 4: IACET Resources

  • Locate help and application resources from the website
  • IACET - International Association for Continuing Education & Training

Module 2: Administration

This course covers the key requirements for a CE/T program and introduces the various Categories and Elements of the ANSI/IACET 1-2013 Standard that define the requirements for program administration. The lessons in the course cover the IACET Accredited Provider, responsibility and control requirements, support services, planning and instructional planning, and awarding CEUs and record keeping.

Learning Outcomes:

Lesson 1: The IACET Accredited Provider (Standard Element 1.1)

  • Discuss the key requirements of an IACET AP
  • List the documentation requirements for the provider

Lesson 2: Responsibility and Control (Standard Elements 2.1, 2.2, 2.3)

  • Discuss the key responsibility and control requirements of an IACET AP
  • List the process requirements for responsibility and control

Lesson 3: Support Services (Standard Elements 3.3, 4.3)

  • Describe the learner support services requirements of an IACET AP

Lesson 4: Planning and Instructional Personnel (Standard Elements 6.1, 6.2, 6.3, 6.4, 6.5)

  • Discuss the qualification requirements of personnel involved in the planning, design, and delivery of learning events for an IACET AP
  • List the process requirements for planning and instructional personnel
  • List the policy requirements for planning and instructional personnel

Lesson 5: Awarding IACET CEUs and Record Keeping (Standard Elements 9.1, 9.2, 9.3, 9.4)

  • Describe the record keeping requirements of an IACET AP
  • List the policy requirements for record keeping
  • List the process requirements for record keeping

Module 3: Content Management

This module provides an overview of content management and the categories and elements of the ANSI/IACET 1-2013 Standard specific to content design and maintenance. The lessons cover the requirements for content process, course design, learning events, and program evaluation.

Learning Outcomes

Lesson 1: Content Process (Standard Element 4.1)

  • Describe the content development requirements of an IACET AP
  • List the process requirements for content development
  • Describe the purpose of a needs analysis in the content development process

Lesson 2: Course Design (Standard Elements 3.1, 4.2, 5.1, 7.1, 7.2, 7.3, 8.2)

  • Describe the role of course design documentation in an IACET course that awards IACET CEUs
  • List the ANSI/IACET 1-2013 Standard elements that are included in learning event instructional design documentation
  • Define a learning outcome that meets the standard requirement

Lesson 3: Learning Events (Standard Elements 3.2, 7.4,
8.1, 8.3)

  • Define a learning event
  • List the process requirements for learning events
  • Discuss the IACET process requirements for a learning event

Lesson 4: Program Evaluation (Standard Elements 10.1, 10.2, 10.3)

  • Describe the program evaluation requirements of an IACET AP
  • List the process requirements for program evaluation




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