The need to further your education in today’s economy is extremely important. Our local and online programs reach thousands of participants directly each year across the state, region, and the nation. Many professional counselors are in private practice and the demands on their time are relentless. The position of each employee will dictate which continuing education courses need to be taken.
Our mission is to identify, create, and support lifelong learning opportunities through quality programs that address educational, professional, and economic development goals of individuals and organizations. Courses are available online and on-campus in select locations so that you can fit continuing education into your busy schedule.
Obtaining various graduate degrees or becoming certified in specific areas of nursing often open up new avenues of advancement for nurses. Continuing education courses can reflect the different challenges faced by professionals in their areas of practice and the situations they and their clients face.
Technical Assistance – This includes the provision of advice, support, and training on public health related activities such as program planning, action plan development and program evaluation. According to an annual report by Sloan Consortium, a group of organizations dedicated to quality online education, bad economic times often have a good impact on education.
Whether you’re looking to develop a professional skill or explore a new passion, we have part-time continuing education courses and workshops offered in-class, online and in a blended format. The CEC is the volunteer group that provides one of the levels of technical peer review of AIHA’s professional development courses (PDCs).