Mindful Leader CEU's for Professionals 

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Mindful Leader is an accredited training provider through the International Accreditors of Continuing Education and Training (IACET)

How many CEU's do Mindful Leader's course reward?

Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) 8-Week Course  7.2 IACET CEUs per student  
Certified Workplace Mindfulness Facilitator (CWMF)  9.7 IACET CEUs per student

Do I need to pay extra to receive the CEUs?
You are not required to pay any extra fees to receive the CEUs for a course. 

What are the requirements to receive IACET CEUs?
All participants in Mindful Leader professional development programs must attend at least 95% of all classroom sessions, complete all assignments, participate in all learning activities, score at least 75% on all exams and complete a post-program evaluation. For courses that offer CEUs, a post-program email will be provided with instructions on how to complete the CEU process and print your certificate.

Are there any additional steps to receive the CEUs?
There are no additional requirements beyond the standard course requirements to receive the CEUs. Every student who successfully completes the course requirements and is in a course that started in January 2023 or later will receive the CEUs. 

Who accepts IACET CEUs?
IACET is a well-known organization that is recognized as upholding standards of excellence when it comes to continuing education, and therefore many organizations will accept IACET CEUs. Specifically, IACET CEUs are accepted by many state boards and associations such as ones for nurses, physical therapists, psychologists, and engineers, as well as by other credentialing organizations. To check if an organization accepts the IACET CEU, please visit the directory at www.iacet.org.

How do I get my transcript?
Mindful Leader uses accredible to verify course completion, provide badges and certificates of completion. This will provide proof of course completion. 

Can IACET CEUs be awarded for partial credit?
No. A participant must successfully complete the entire event or program before any IACET CEUs can be offered.

What is IACET?
The International Accreditors for Continuing Education and Training (IACET) is the developer of the original Continuing Education Unit (CEU) and today ensures that providers of continuing education and training can prove they provide high-quality instruction by following the ANSI/IACET 1-2018 Standard for Continuing Education and Training through a rigorous accreditation process. The Standard is a universal model for learning process excellence. It defines a proven model for developing effective and valuable continuing education and training (CE/T) programs by measuring a provider's training program from procedure to process to result. Learn more at IACET.org

What is the IACET Continuing Education Unit (CEU)?
One IACET Continuing Education Unit (CEU) is defined as 10 contact hours of participation in an organized continuing education experience under responsible sponsorship, capable direction and qualified instruction.

What is the purpose of the IACET CEU?
The primary purpose of the CEU is to provide a permanent record of the educational accomplishments of an individual who has completed one or more significant non-credit continuing education experiences. Awarding the IACET CEU also provides a quality indicator for your continuing education and training programs because it means that you have been reviewed and approved as complying with internationally recognized standards.

How is the IACET CEU awarded?
The IACET CEU may be awarded only by organizations that have been reviewed and approved as Accredited Providers. (The ANSI/IACET Standard and Accredited Provider application can be downloaded at www.iacet.org.) Note that awarding the IACET CEU requires that a record be established for each individual to whom CEUs are awarded and that a transcript of that record be made available to participants upon request.

How many IACET CEUs can be awarded for a learning activity?
One CEU is awarded for every 10 contact hours (60 minutes) of instruction in a planned learning activity. Instructional hours do not include time involved in coffee breaks, meals, social activities or business and committee meetings.

Who should I contact for more information?
You may contact Mindful Leader support if you have any questions.