Information for CE Activity Participants
Continuing education may be a requirement for maintenance of professional licensure, professional credentials or certification, or employment. The standard measure of continuing education is the CEU (continuing education unit). One CEU is the equivalent of ten (10) hours of instruction. The minimum measure generally recognized is 0.1 CEU (one hour of instruction) and amounts are rounded to the nearest tenth. CEUs are available for participation in approved activities. AAC Institute offers CEUs for many activities in the field of assistive technology. AAC Institute CEUs are offered for all listed activities.
AAC Institute has been accredited as an Authorized Provider by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET). In obtaining this accreditation, AAC Institute has demonstrated that it complies with the ANSI/IACET Standard which is recognized internationally as a standard of good practice. As a result of their Authorized Provider status, AAC Institute is authorized to offer IACET CEUs for its programs that qualify under the ANSI/IACET Standard. * (Certificate) However, only those activities fully organized by AAC Institute qualify for IACET CEUs. To identify those activities for which IACET CEUs are offered, look for the IACET logo below on the activity page. For access to AAC Institute CE policies, click here.
See the page on each activity for CEUs offered. 1.0 CEU = 10 Certification Maintenance Hours (CMH) or 10 Professional Development Units (PDU). You will be provided with a CEU certificate for each activity in which you participate.
AAC Institute provides CEUs for many different continuing education activities, including conferences, workshops, symposia, and Self-Study Program courses. Individual elements of an activity, such as sessions at a conference, must be attended in full to earn CEUs.
To complete and submit a record of participation in an activity, click on the corresponding activity below. Activities (in red) are listed in alphabetic order of the activity name. The browser FIND function can also be used to located a specific activity.
2014 AAC TechConnect
2014 Conference and Pre-Conference Seminar
2014 ATIA Webinar Series January 9, 2014 AT14-WEB01-LB Chrome as Assistive Technology January 21, 2014 AT14-WEB02-LB Google Glass – Another Amazing Access Solution February 11, 2014 AT14-WEB04-LB The iPad as an Instructional Tool in Small Groups February 20, 2014 AT14-WEB05-LB Making Activity-Based Instruction Count with Core Vocabulary February 26, 2014 AT14-WEB06-LB iOS, Android, MS Surface Pro 2 Comparisons March 12, 2014 AT14-WEB07-LB Fundamental Assessment Process (FAP) for Assistive Technology March 27, 2014 AT14-WEB08-LB Apps for Apraxia of Speech April 2, 2014 AT14-WEB09-LB AT Professional Development: It's not just workshops any more! April 9, 2014 AT14-WEB10-LB Assistive Technology for Social Integration April 24, 2014 AT14-WEB11-LB AAC, Positive Reinforcement and Positive Behavior Supports April 29, 2014 AT14-WEB12-LB Technology for Accessing Electronic Information for People who are Blind or Visually Impaired May 14, 2013 AT14-WEB13-LB Accessibility and a New Generation of High-Stakes Tests: Spring 2014 Update May 21, 2013 AT14-WEB14-LB Apps for Articulation and Phonological Processes
2014 Closing the Gap Live Webinar Series
(CEUs are not available for viewing archived webinars)
January 9, 2014 Everything you've EVER Wanted to Know about Visual Schedules for Students with ASD! February 3 , 2014 Switch Access for iOS 7 on the iPad - All Live! February 27, 2014 Apps for Independence March 6 , 2014 The Sound of Autism March 27, 2014 Top Apps for Diverse Learner
2014 CSUN Conference
March 17 - 22, 2014 Annual International Technology and Persons with Disabilities Conference
2014 Semantic Compaction Systems Seminars
2014 Talk To Me Technologies
March 13, 2014 AAC Simplified: An Overview of all Devices Carried by Talk to Me Technologies in Combination with AAC Implementation Training
February 13, 2014 Assistive Technology in the Workplace