Instructions: Enter the name of the Provider as it is listed on the original AEP registration form. Provide an appropriate Contact Name and Contact Information in case questions arise. This individual should be the same person as that indicated on the original AEP registration form.
Each approved course will be tracked according to the Course Number that has been assigned to it. The first four digits of the Course Number are the Provider Number that has been assigned to the AEP upon acceptance into the AEP Program. The remaining digits are those assigned by the Provider to create a unique alpha-numeric designator for each course. If your Provider Number has not yet been assigned, leave the first four digits blank and complete only the remainder of the identification number for the course.
Enter the title of the course. In addition, indicate the number of Continuing Education Units (CEUs) which will be awarded to participants upon completion of the course. The CEU is the measuring unit used to quantify approved learning activities. One-tenth of a CEU is earned for every 50-minute hour spent in a planned, structured learning experience or activity. Fractions of CEUs may be awarded in 0.25 increments following one full hour of activity. Providers should, therefore, establish the CEU value of an activity by using the number of estimated contact hours required to achieve the learning objectives of the activity and dividing by ten.
List the duration of the course. For example, a four-hour workshop, a two-day seminar, etc. Note that the CEUs attached to the course should equal the number of hours listed in the “duration of the course.” Generally, a one-day course of eight hours has a one-hour lunch break, so the total number of CEUs assigned would be 0.7.
A course may be a seminar, or educational product and may be offered at multiple times and locations. A change in the duration, CEU credit or content of the course constitutes a new course that must be listed separately.
The learning objectives must clearly state what new knowledge or skills the student is expected to gain upon completion of the course. When describing the learning objectives, use specific actions expected, rather than vague statements.
Please note: Only AEP courses that have been approved by the Education Board will be listed. Fields marked