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ClickSafety and Continuing Education Units (CEUs)

ClickSafety is committed to lifelong learning and high standards for education during an individual’s entire professional career. Many safety professions and professional certifications require continuing education units to maintain industry-specific licenses. That’s why, ClickSafety is proud to be accredited by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET) and authorized to issue the IACET CEU.


What is an IACET Continuing Education Unit (CEU)?

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

  To receive CEU credit for taking a course, you must:

  • Complete the entire course
  • Pass the final exam with a score % as indicated in course
  • Complete the course evaluation form at the end
  1. Leading Cultural Change for Construction
    Level: Advanced
    Duration: 1 Hours 0 Minutes
    Course ID: MOOD137
    CEUs: 0.1
  2. Office Ergonomics for All Industries
    Level: Intermediate
    Duration: 0 Hours 40 Minutes
    Course ID: MOOD192
    CEUs: 0.1
  3. Respirable Crystalline Silica for General Industry
    Level: Intermediate
    Duration: 1 Hours 10 Minutes
    Course ID: MOOD193
    CEUs: 0.1
  4. Advanced Asbestos Awareness in Schools
    Level: Certificate
    Duration: 2 Hours 0 Minutes
    Course ID: MOOD302
    CEUs: 1


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