virtual events eligible for continuing education credits
Thread poster: Drew MacFadyen

Drew MacFadyen
Sep 14, 2011's virtual event series allows attendees to submit their certificate of attendance for Continuing Education (CE) credits from various professional associations like the ATA, ITI and IOL.

Check with your individual chapter on how to submit for credit.

As this event is free, and online, it presents a unique opportunity for professionals to earn continuing education credits without the need to travel, be out of the office, or pay expensive conference fees.

Hope to "see" everyone there.




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