What are CEU’s? How do I obtain CEU’s? What is considered CEU’s? Where can I obtain CEU’s?
Below is an explanation of CEU’s (continuing education units). CEU’s are either classes, training or participation in industry-related topics. Thirty two hours are required every two (2) years for both In-House and Professional Inspectors.
- Applicable ACCT workshops are your first source of CEU’s. Workshops geared towards games and marketing would not be applicable.
- The committee will provide a list of what conference workshops are applicable every year. You can find this list on both the Conference and Certification website or at the check-in desk on-site at the conference.
- ACCT ICE committee approved seminars, conferences, activities and relevant committee involvement.
- Documented participation in an ACCT review team.
- Presenting relevant subject matter at Industry Conference
- Active participation in relevant industry standards development committee
- In-house training that is accompanied by a syllabus. Examples, annual risk management training, work at height.
- Third-party training on relative to product or system specific manufacturer training. I.E welding, rigging, OSHA, CWA, ASTM, TSSA, AIMS, NAARSO, PPE inspection training.
- Documented mentorship supported by your supervisor.
If you are unsure if a workshop or course would count toward CEUs, please feel free to send the course information to Heather Brooks, Program Manager, for approval.
If you have questions about obtaining CEU’s please reach out to the program department at firstname.lastname@example.org.