An on-going process in the insurance industry to keep its member professionals current, updated and responsive to the many legislative, coverage and marketing changes, through the offering of courses, workshops and seminars.
The regulatory requirement for broker-dealers to ensure that registered personnel maintain appropriate and current training relating to their municipal securities activities. The continuing education program consist of a “regulatory element,” which is conducted and delivered on a scheduled basis by NASD, and a “firm element,” which is conducted by each firm and is tailored to its specific business.
College of Continuing Education (CCE), Morris, Duluth, and Twin Cities. Formerly known as University College. Includes those enrolled in night school (extension), as well as those enrolled in Twin Cities CCE day school. Some Morris students are taking classes on the Twin Cities campus.
Follow-up professional development education and training for university graduates or people in employment.
Education and experiences beyond initial professional preparation that are relevant to the type of patient care delivered; providing current knowledge relevant to the individual's discipline of practice.
Education which takes place after the conclusion of initial or basic (elementary) education, to meet the daily, vocational and recurrent professional needs of adults. The term "continuing education," "further education" and "life-long education" are often taken to refer more to the ideals and goals of education. They have often understood as to be synonyms to "adult education," while in reality they have wider and less rigorous definitions, stretching even into the domain of informal learning.
Learning opportunities offered to youth and adults through special programs schools, centers, institutes, or colleges, emphasizing specific areas of knowledge and skills rather than traditional course sequences. The programs often are provided to individuals who have completed or have withdrawn from full-time educational programs.
Formal course of study designed specifically for adult students. Distance education is a popular subset of continuing education due to the flexibility and convenience it provides.
education that is offered post-21, for those wishing to further their education and gain new skills and qualifications, or to build on existing ones.
formal courses of study for part-time adult students. May be credit or non-credit courses.
The Continuing Education Office is designed to offer students a viable and flexible non-credit alternative to the traditional full-time college degree. Contact the Continuing Education Office for details and offerings.
A department in a university, college, or community college that offers courses outside the traditional department offerings. Continuing Education courses may either be for credit or non-credit. Traditionally, Continuing Education Departments have the ability to respond directly and in a timely fashion to community needs. This term is also used by PATHWAYS to describe the eligibility rules that apply to students who want to take Continuing Education classes rather than pursuing a full degree.
part-time or short-term educational activities or training offered by an institution on a cost-recovery basis. (See Leveraged Activity)
Ongoing education, often required. As in NACHI's Continuing Education Policy
Continuing Education - Duluth, Morris, and Twin Cities. Some Morris CCE students are taking classes on the Twin Cities campus.
Learning activities that include academic courses, non-credit structured learning activities, and planned individualized learning programs.
Ongoing education, often a requirement for membership in a home inspection association. For example, NACHI's Continuing Education Policy.
Course(s) for self-improvement, professional development, or recertification
Courses offering educational opportunities at any point in life, often without required prerequisite courses. Courses may be very basic or at interim or postdoctoral levels.
Organized learning experiences and activities in which pharmacists engage after they have completed their entry-level academic education and training. These experiences are designed to promote the continuous development of the skills, attitudes, and knowledge needed to maintain proficiency, provide quality service or products, respond to patient needs, and keep abreast of change.
Continuing education students are on courses normally lasting less than one year; they are usually part-time. Continuing education can be award-bearing or non-award bearing and vocational or non-vocational.
education that is usually not for credit, but which can be delivered on campus or at a distance.
Courses and programs designed to meet the professional development and training needs of the workforce.
Separate division of the university that offers credit and noncredit courses scheduled for evenings and weekends. Continuing Education courses have tuition separate from the tuition for Boulder day classes.
Systematic professional learning experiences designed to augment the knowledge, skills, and attitudes of nurses and therefore enrich the nurses' contributions to quality health care and their pursuit of professional career goals.
non-credit courses, lectures, workshops, and seminars, usually offered in the evening or on weekends in a variety of areas, such as: general interest, employment, language skills, vocational, and business.
A division of the College that offers both credit and credit-free courses on a self-supporting basis. Credit courses include the Weekend College, Winter Intersession and Summer Session.
(CE) - a term for training, workshops, or other venues at which librarians can learn about issues or improve their knowledge in specific areas. See CEDB
An education program offered by school districts, primarily for adults, leading to either secondary school completion or the upgrading of a current graduation certificate.
To obtain CE credit for any course, the candidate must be a licensed professional. He will be asked to provide all necessary licenses before purchasing courses for CE credit.
Courses, seminars or workshops, usually non-credit, that do not apply to degrees but are taken for personal enrichment, professional development, or general knowledge.
Courses taken after a degree is earned.
Formal courses of study for adult part-time studies, which may result in a diploma or certificate. Continuing education classes usually take place in the evening.
Nondegree education that may be offered for a specific purpose, e.g. state licensure.
Training for medical review officers (MROs) and substance abuse professionals (SAPs) who have completed qualification training and are performing MRO or SAP functions, designed to keep MROs and SAPs current on changes and developments in the DOT drug and alcohol testing program.
Educational programs for adults, usually at the post-secondary level and offered as part-time or short courses in personal, academic or occupational subject areas.
Continuing education may refer to one of two types of education. The first is a type of post-secondary education in a general sense, often for its own sake rather than being designed for a particular degree or certification. The second type is education required in a licensed profession in order for the professional to maintain the license.