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CHADD to be featured in IACET Spotlight


Are you an ADHD professional who has received continuing education credits through the International Association for Continuing Education and Training? You’ll be excited to know that IACET will feature CHADD on Friday, Jan. 5, as its Spotlight Provider for the day.

For all of Friday, CHADD’s information and social media links will be highlighted on IACET’s homepage. IACET hopes the spotlight will show CHADD’s role as a provider of continuing education and training in ADHD, one who is dedicated to the profession of teaching and quality education.

CHADD provides Continuing Education Units at the Annual International Conference on ADHD, which will be in St. Louis, Missouri, Nov. 8-11, this year.

IACET’s Continuing Education Units are accepted by many organizations that require continuing education in their respective fields. The ANSI/IACET Standard measures all aspects of a Continuing Education and Training provider’s program development across ten nationally recognized categories. The ANSI/IACET Standard focuses on how continuing education and training programs are developed, not what they cover. It provides a certifiable framework of researched and proven best practices that can be applied across disciplines and industries. This has allowed for the ANSI/IACET Standard to be recognized as the official standard for Continuing Education and Training in the world.

Check out the spotlight on CHADD on Friday on IACET’s homepage!

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This article appeared in ADHD Weekly on January 04, 2018.
     


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