Providing superior continuing education courses is an aim consistent with the overall educational mission and purpose of both the CE provider and IDCEC. The instruction manual has been prepared to help facilitate quality and consistency in continuing education course submissions. It is important that you read and understand the instructions to ensure that submissions are compatible with the set standards.

Subject matter must be generic and non-proprietary. Proprietary product-oriented material and promotion of products, services, books, video or audio tapes are not permitted and will result in a denial of approval. Proprietary product numbers, names or logos cannot be included on the illustrations. This violates the concept of generic information.

Please review the information below before you become a provider and use this system.

If you are a registered user, please click the log in button at the top right corner of this page.

Manuals

IDCEC Fee Schedule
Provider Instruction Manual
Subject Code Index

Training Resources

Tutorial Videos
Provider Quick steps
How to Submit a New Course
How to Schedule a Course
How to Report Attendance Online

Templates

IDCEC_Conference Planning Papers
IDCEC_Course Submission Planning Papers
Conference Attendance Template
IDCEC Logo and Slide for Presentation



 

 

 

 

 

If you are a first time user you can register as:

Register as a New Individual Provider

Individual providers are sole owners who would like to share their knowledge and expertise in the field. They do not represent corporations, manufacturers or dealers. Individual providers do not have a sales team and normally develop and deliver the seminar or event themselves.

Register as a New Corporate Provider

Corporate providers represent corporations,non-profits, manufacturers or dealers who provide CEU's to the industry. Education is used as a tool to penetrate the market. This category of providers reach thousands of professionals each year and operates in cities all over North America.

Register as a New Preferred Provider
Preferred providers offer a multitude of CEUs and have an independent learning management system that delivers distance learning and in-class education. To qualify in this category, a provider must have at least 15 new CEUs annually.

Register as a New Corporate Conference Provider
Corporate Conference Providers are for profit event management corporations or organizations that manage and develop tradeshows and events privately or for the public.

Register as a New Not-for-Profit Conference Provider
Not-for-Profit Conference Providers are Associations, Chapters or Academic Institutions.