Tired of overpriced conferences?
Tired of wasting time traveling for CEUS when you should be spending time with your family?
Now you can earn affordable CEUS from the comfort of your home, when it fits your schedule.
Work at your own pace to earn continuing education units. Each course has 4 modules containing video, optional discussions, and materials to read.
To get started, choose a course from the catalog below. Then see the specific course completion requirements to earn CEUS.
Most courses give a variety of choices for engaging with the materials and earning your CEUS. You are in the driver seat, choose from an end of course test or complete small assignments as you go. Either way, you determine what works best for you.
Immediate access to all materials available as soon as you enroll and purchase the course.
Available 24-7, 365 days a week on-demand.
Stop and start as your schedule allows.
The only equipment you need is an internet connection and internet ready device.
You choose the days, hours, and pace that you want. There are no deadlines.
We know you are busy teaching and living.
Purchase CEUS based on the amount you need.
- 1 CEU- 15 Clock Hours* = $75.00
- 2 CEUS- 30 Clock Hours* = $100.00
- 3 CEUS- 45 Clock Hours* = $150.00
Independent Book Studies- 3 CEUS -45 Clock Hours* = $100.00
Refer to your state requirements.
Need a lot of CEUS?
The membership bundle offers you unlimited CEUS
Pay one low annual fee of $250.00 for 365 days of unlimited access.
- Take as many CEUS as you want. We are adding more each month.
- Access to free teaching resources with more materials constantly added.
- No extra fees.
- Your membership automatically renews each year, but you can cancel the membership at any time.
CEU COURSE CATALOG
CEUS are non-degree continuing education units/certificates intended to fulfill state and district requirements for licensing renewal or salary increases. The courses are already approved through the state of Wyoming, Montana, Illinois, and Colorado. Other states also approve our CEUS. Participants from other states should obtain prior approval.