Earn CEU and PDH credits through valuable content

CEU and PDH requirements are designed to keep students and engineers at the cusp of technology, research, and best practices–but they’re often hard to attain or require significant coordination. IEEE offers on-demand CEU and PDH credits through courses from the industry’s leading experts.
Earn credits:
  1. Visit the relevant Resource Center
  2. Select a product that offers educational credits: Look for the "CEUs/PDHs Available" designation on the resource page
  3. Purchase your product. Discounts are provided to IEEE members and even deeper discounts are given to Society members
  4. Experience the content and access it for up to 365 days
  5. Complete a verification quiz as a simple follow-up to your course available on the course page
  6. Receive an educational certificate via email and share it to prove course completion


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Visit the Centers below to peruse available courses and earn credits.


Power & Energy Society (PES) Resource Center

The Power & Energy Society (PES) provides the world's largest forum for sharing the latest in technological developments in the electric power industry, for developing standards that guide the development and construction of equipment and systems, and for educating members of the industry and the general public.


Visit the PES Resource Center web site to learn more about:

  • Voltage
  • Currents
  • HVDC systems
  • And more


Industry Applications Society (IAS) Resource Center

Focuses cover the global design, development, application, and management of electrical and electronic systems, apparatuses, devices, and controls for safe, reliable, and economical processes and equipment of industrial and commercial installations.


Visit the IAS Resource Center web site to learn more about:

  • Nuclear power
  • Hybrid and electric vehicles
  • Aerospace application
  • And more


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Smart Grid (SG) Resource Center

IEEE Smart Grid provides expertise and guidance for individuals and organizations involved in the modernization and optimization of the power grid. IEEE Smart Grid is the professional community and leading provider of globally recognized Smart Grid information. IEEE Smart Grid Initiative is intended to organize, coordinate, leverage and build upon the strength of various entities within IEEE with Smart Grid expertise and interest.

Visit the SG Resource Center web site to learn more about:

  • Blockchain technology in energy
  • Electric power grids
  • Global energy and alternative resources
  • And more

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Solid-State Circuits Society (SSCS) Resource Center

IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society focuses on fabricated integrated circuit designs --in contrast to simulated circuits and analyzed models -- for all applications using relevant materials and interconnections. 

Visit the SSCS Resource Center web site to learn more about:

  • Integrated circuit design
  • Signal processing and analysis
  • Solid-state computational devices 
  • And more

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Aerospace and Electronic Systems Society (AESS) Resource Center

The AESS is the only professional society dealing with total integrated electronic systems and the enabling technologies. AESS pioneered large-scale integrated interoperable systems. Technology areas include: Command, control and communication systems; energy conversion; intelligent systems; navigation and tracking systems; radar; robotics; simulations and instrumentation; sonar and undersea systems; space systems; automatic test systems; vehicular systems; and modular integrated electronics.

Visit the AESS Resource Center web site to learn more about:

  • Radar
  • Cybersecurity in aerospace
  • Multitarget tracking and multisensor information fusion
  • And more

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Smart Cities (SMC) Resource Center

IEEE Smart Cities brings together IEEE’s broad array of technical societies and organizations to advance the state of the art for smart city technologies for the benefit of society and to set the global standard in this regard by serving as a neutral broker of information amongst industry, academic, and government stakeholders.

Visit the SMC Resource Center web site to learn more about:

  • Sustainable urbanization
  • IoT and blockchain
  • Smart vehicles
  • And more

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Future Directions (FD) Resource Center

IEEE Future Directions is committed to bringing you the best knowledge, resources, and opportunities in emerging technologies within IEEE. Communities include: Blockchain, Brain, Digital Reality, Future Networks, and Rebooting Computing.

Visit the FD Resource Center web site to learn more about:

  • 5G networks
  • Blockchain governance
  • Technology ethics
  • And more