Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
Salish Kootenai College Department of Academic Success provides Continuing Education Units (hours) for educational events, such as conferences, workshops and trainings. These events can be for personal or professional development.
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Want to teach a continuing education class?
How do I propose a Class?
Submit the following:
- A Resume that represents your unique qualification to instruct the class
- A Cover Letter that discusses the level of interest and demand for the class in our community
- Class Description
- Outline of the course
- Pictures of the final product (If applicable)
- Minimum and Maximum number of students for a successful class
- List of supplies the student will need to provide (if applicable)
- List of supplies that the instructor needs to provide and cost per student (cost will be included in fee) (if applicable)
- The Title, Author, Publisher, and ISBN of the required textbook if (if applicable)
What Happens Next?
Your proposal will be evaluated and discussed by the Department of Academic Success. The course description and proposal may be accepted as is, modified to better suit student needs, put on hold if too many similar classes are being offered, or rejected. All class proposals require final approval by the Vice President of Academic Affairs. If your proposal is accepted, you will become a part-time employee of Salish Kootenai College at an instructional rate of $25 per hour. You will be compensated for your direct teaching time only. You will need to complete new hire paperwork and attend a new instructor orientation session.
Salish Kootenai College Department of Academic Success provides Continuing Education Units (hours) for educational events, such as conferences, workshops, and trainings. These events can be for personal or professional development.
- Examples of professionals who may be required to take CEU’s to maintain their certificate(s) or license(s) to practice are; nurses, educators, fitness trainers, ironworkers, electricians, social workers, lawyers, engineers, CPA’s, and other such professionals. The number of CEUs/Hours required varies by state and profession. Do we want to add OPI’s in this?
Each CEU represents 10 contact hours of participation in an organized community education experience under responsible sponsorship, capable direction, and qualified instructors. Community Education, as used in this definition, includes all learning experiences in organized formats that impact noncredit education to individuals who meet participation requirements. These properties of Community Education may be applied equally under the system regardless of the teaching-learning format, program duration, and source of sponsorship, subject matter, level, audience, or purpose.
Each participant will be given a certificate reflecting:
- Name of the conference, workshop or training
- Name of participant
- Continuing education units & hours
- Date of conference
If your department is holding or attending an educational event, Salish Kootenai College would be honored to provide Continuing Education Units.
If you have any questions or would like to request CEU’s, please contact Terri Cordier @ 406.275.4792 or email@example.com.