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1 Adding Value to Educational Programs IEEE EAB CEU Program 2006

2 April 2006 > 2 Goals of Section/Society Educational Programs l Update members on current topics and latest technology l Offer professional networking opportunities l Make courses affordable; higher attendance l Encourage IEEE membership l Help PEs meet state CE requirements

3 April 2006 > 3 Authorized Provider Status l IEEE is an Authorized CEU Provider through the International Association of Continuing Education and Training (IACET), and has adopted IACET guidelines and criteria for all its continuing professional development programs.

4 April 2006 > 4 Purpose l Measure quality of non-credit continuing education l Assure value through application review by IEEE EAB l Meet state licensing board and employer CE requirements l IEEE maintains CEU records

5 April 2006 > 5 Value l Increase attendance due to added quality and perceived value l Help engineers meet state requirements to maintain their Professional Engineer (PE) license l Generate revenue for Sections, Societies, Chapters, or Regions l Document continuing education requirements of industry

6 April 2006 > 6 CEUs and PDHs What do they measure? l CEU - One CEU equals ten contact hours of instruction in a continuing education activity. One CEU=Ten PDHs l PDH (Professional Development Hour) - One contact hour of instruction or presentation.

7 April 2006 > 7 U.S. States Requiring Continuing Professional Competency l Alabama l Arkansas l Florida l Georgia l Illinois l Iowa l Kansas l Louisiana l Maine l Minnesota l Mississippi l Missouri l Montana l Nebraska l Nevada l New Hampshire l New Mexico l New York l North Carolina l North Dakota l Ohio l Oklahoma l Oregon l South Carolina 30 States Have Rules in Effect as of January 2006 l South Dakota l Tennessee l Texas l Utah l West Virginia l Wyoming

8 April 2006 > 8 To Offer IEEE CEUs... l Complete application and submit with back–up course materials to CEU Administrator well in advance of course offering l Review check list for Course Organizers l Comply with IEEE procedures per IACET guidelines l Provide names and contact information of participants for CEU record retention l All paperwork done via email l Questions - Contact CEU Administrator

9 April 2006 > 9 CEU Fees l Course Application Fee: l $35 per single course OR l $15 per course, when applying for multiple courses at one venue, submitted at the same time l Participant Fees: l $15.00 per individual/per course

10 April 2006 > 10 Contacts Visit the IEEE CEU website at for links to the following: National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES) National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE) Continuing Education Requirements by U.S. State Reference Guide for Instructional Design & Development Contact:

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