Continuing Education Opportunities
International Association of Continuing Education and Training (IACET)
GP Strategies is proud to be certified by the International Association
of Continuing Education and Training as an Authorized Provider. IACET
certifies learning providers who meet or exceed their stringent continuing education
standards. GP Strategies’ Authorized Provider status means that you and your employees
can enhance your professional development by earning continuing education units
(CEUs) and professional development hours (PDHs) through our qualified courses.
North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC)
GP Strategies is also proud to be recognized by the North American
Electric Reliability Corporation as a continuing education
provider who adheres to NERC Continuing Education Program Criteria. You and your
employees can earn NERC continuing education hours (CEHs) by successfully completing
our sanctioned training.
IACET’s and NERC’s strict review processes ensure that our programs
follow established adult education theory and acknowledged instructional system
design (ISD) practices. With GP Strategies’ IACET Authorized Provider status and NERC
Approved Provider status, you can be certain that our design, development, and delivery
processes are thoroughly vetted and meet the governing agency’s standards.
Enhance your professional development with CEUs/CEUs and PDHs.
When you successfully complete a qualified GP Strategies course, you enhance your knowledge
to further your career and earn valuable credit that can be used towards degree
programs and professional certifications. The following GP Strategies educational programs
meet IACET standards for awarding CEUs upon successful completion, and may count
towards PDHs required by your professional organization:
Our GPFusion™ program meets NERC standards for the awarding of continuing
education hours (CEHs):
IACET is an independent, internationally recognized, non-profit organization whose
goal is to ensure quality continuing education for professionals. Additional information
on CEUs, the Authorized Provider program, and IACET requirements may be found at
IACET’s web site: www.iacet.org.
NERC develops and enforces reliability standards for the bulk power system in North
America; assesses adequacy of the system annually; monitors the system; and educates,
trains, and certifies industry personnel. NERC has the legal authority to enforce
reliability standards with all users, owners, and operators of the bulk power system
in the United States and parts of Canada. For more information, see NERC’s
web site: www.nerc.com.