What are CEUs?
Continuing Education Unit (CEUs) are nationally recognized, standard units of measurement for participation in non-credit, continuing education programs. Often CEUs are required in order to maintain professional memberships, certification, or licensing; professional teachers often need to earn CEUs, for example.
Bridge Courses Eligible for CEUs
Bridge is accredited by ACCET (the Accrediting Council for Continued Education and Training), and our programs have been evaluated in accordance with ACCET’s standards, policies, and procedures. Any ACCET-accredited Bridge TEFL / TESOL course can be taken for CEUs. The formula for calculating CEUs is that you earn 1 CEU for every 10 hours of course instruction.
As an ACCET accredited institution, Bridge ensures that courses offered for CEUs demonstrate the following:
1. All courses/programs for which CEUs are offered appear on the list of continuing education offerings approved by ACCET.
2. The training is designed to meet the continuing education needs of the target students.
3. Learning objectives are identified with specific performance expectations identified.
4. Qualified instructional personnel direct the training/activity.
5. Evaluation procedures are established and implemented to determine participant satisfaction and the effectiveness of the continuing education offering.
How to Earn CEUs for Your Bridge TEFL / TESOL Course
We make earning CEUs for your Bridge TEFL / TESOL course easy! Upon successful completion of your course (you must earn a final grade of 70% or higher to pass) you will receive your certificate from Bridge, on which the CEUs will be indicated.
Krzl Nunes, Bridge Program Advisor