North Dakota State University Continuing Education can grant either contact hours or Continuing Education Units (CEUs) depending on the needs of the audience. Continuing Education can provide participants with transcripts of their CEU activities. A Continuing Education Unit (CEU) is used for activities which do not qualify for college credit. Adults in non-credit activities may use the CEU for the measurement, recording, transfer and recognition of participation. A CEU is defined as "ten contact hours of participation in an organized continuing education experience under responsible sponsorship, capable direction and qualified instruction."
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Current CEU Opportunities:
Mental Health & Aging
The North Dakota State University Gerontology Program has developed a curriculum for professionals addressing aging and mental health. The online curriculum offers 13 hours of training in six course modules. The modules can be completed individually, at a pace that is convenient to the course participant. After satisfactory completion of each module, a certificate of completion will be given.
Aging and Mental Health Education: A Focus on Alzheimer’s Disease
The NDSU Gerontology Program has developed this 3-unit program that discusses an overview of Alzheimer's and dementia, diagnosis and treatment, and communication and behavioral changes common with the disease. This online program offers 4 hours of training.
North Dakota Child Care Resource & Referral
Distance and Continuing Education is now working in conjuction with the Department of Pharmacy Practice to offer pharmacy continuing education. This website will provide you with current and upcoming events and news, as well as information on online certificate program offerings for pharmacists.
Trauma- Strategies for Resolving the Impact of Post Traumatic Stress
This workshop provides an overview of the way trauma impacts a person through the brain and nervous system and how it can result in longer term symptoms at physical, psychological and emotional levels. Participants will be given an opportunity to understand their own response as helpers to working with trauma and how to be better equipped to continue their work in responding to trauma.