continuing education units

con·tin·u·ing ed·u·ca·tion u·nits

(kon-tin'yū-ing ed'yū-kā'shŭn yū'nits)
Credit given to a participant after completing a designated program (workshop or seminar), to upgrade skills and knowledge.
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The Maryland Nurse Practice Act now states that an option for license renewal includes completion of 30 continuing education units (CEUs) within the two years immediately preceding the date of the renewal application.
Attendees also can earn continuing education units for Occupational Safety and Health Administration certifications, Society for Human Resource Management, legal, and additional updates on various labor laws and tax credits.
Certified Crop Advisors will receive 2.5 continuing education units in Nutrient Management and 2 continuing education units in Soil and Water Management by attending this seminar, but farmers and the general public are encouraged to attend.
Each section includes quizzes and other activities to help readers prepare to earn more continuing education units. The guideAEs worksheets, forms, and quizzes are also available for download on the companion web site.
Four continuing education units for the American Registry of Professional Animal Scientists have been approved for this conference.<br />The conference will include a trade show and farm tour.<br />
This fully-booked event is a Cupping Therapy course and is worth a total of 16 continuing education units if both days are attended.
The following types of CE will be available for each report: Continuing Medical Education (CME) for physicians, Continuing Nursing Education (CNE) for nurses, CE for certified health education specialists (CHES), and Continuing Education Units (CEU) for other health professionals.
The college has enjoyed a long and productive partnership with the American Correctional Association, sponsoring programs and providing continuing education units to members to advance their careers.
Participants will receive 0.6 Continuing Education Units. The cost of the course is $500 for Rubber Division members, and $645 for non-members.
In addition to having the most up-to-date information at each seminar, attendees receive Continuing Education Units for attending the live seminar or for taking the online course.

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