Frequently Asked Questions About the IEEE Credentialing Program
About CEUs and PDHs
Q: What is a CEU?
A: The continuing education unit (CEU) is a currency that measures a person's participation in a formal, non-credit continuing education program, such as a workshop, seminar, tutorial, or self-study course. Courses approved by IEEE for awarding CEUs meet strict requirements for course exercises, assessments, and evaluations.
CEU - Unit of credit customarily used for continuing education courses. One continuing education unit equals 10 hours of class in an approved continuing education course.
IEEE and CEUs
Reference and documentation
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