Have questions about the ANSI/IACET Standard? Struggling with a specific part of the application process?

IACET supports organizations applying for AP accreditation and reaccreditation with a wide range of resources.

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Get Knowledge When — and — How You Need It

Whether online or in person, you'll find a host of opportunities to learn from experts and peers in and the world of training. These include:

  • Workshops that walk through the ANSI/IACET Standard and explain the AP application process and help you identify satisfactory responses and document processes
  • eLearning course that offers interactive exercises and examples to help you visualize the necessary component for submitting a successful AP application.
  • Monthly AP Application Assistance webinars to answer Standard and application questions

Study Up on the Standard (and Much More)

IACET also offers ample reading material on the latest learning theories, research and insights into continuing education and training, including:

  • The bi-weekly eNewsletterThe CET Connection, featuring the latest CE/T developments and IACET news
  • Publications, such as expert guides on learning theories and reports by practitioners in the field
  • References used in the ongoing maintenance of the ANSI/IACET Standard
  • Illustration showing how the ANSI/IACET Standard relates to the ADDIE (analysis, design, development, implementation and evaluation) model

The ACE Transcript Service

IACET provides Accredited Providers with access to the American Council on Education's (ACE) transcript service, which offers lifetime record and transcript assistance for learners who have successfully completed continuing education and training courses through an IACET AP.

With ACE's CEU transcript service, learners can present a nationally recognized transcript to colleges and universities, employers or licensed professionals. And IACET APs can keep a detailed record of learners' involvement in their programs, which is a key requirement for maintaining AP accreditation.

Providers must pay a fee of $850 to $2,000 to take part in the transcript service, depending on the number of courses submitted to ACE within a calendar year. Individual learners also can register for the service for an initial $40 registration fee and $15 per transcript after the first one, which is free.

To register for the ACE transcript service, send a copy of your AP approval letter to CEU@ace.nche.edu.


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