CEU Program TypesWhat programs can be approved for CEUs?
- Classroom or meeting session time with direct participation between the learner and instructor or discussion leader.
- Activities that use methods of instruction such as supervised independent study, directed reading, or project-based assignments may be awarded the CEU.
- Field trips (minus travel and other administrative time) and other experiential course activities may be awarded CEUs, but only on a basis of at least two experiential hours required for each contact hour of instruction.
- Credit programs carrying academic credit, either secondary or collegiate.
- Orientation programs that deal with such internal topics.
- Committee meetings or other business activities.
- Policy assignments, conferences, delegate assemblies, or similar meetings for policy-making purposes.
- Attendance at entertainment or recreational lecture series, cultural performances, and social activities.
- Work experience, on-the-job training or apprenticeships do not qualify for the award of CEUs, unless structured as part of a planned educational experience that fulfills these program criteria.
- Study, assigned readings, reports, written assignments, and other related activities outside of the class or meeting schedule.