Continuing Education Credits
As a service to our members, LeadingAge Minnesota educational events may earn Continuing Education Credits (CEUs) for a number of professional licensure boards. There is no additional fee for CEUs; they are included in the registration fee for the event.
CEU availability is determined individually for each educational event and is based on the educational content and the intended audience. Information about the type and number of CEUs will be published in each program registration brochure.
LeadingAge Minnesota regularly offers CEUs for the following professions:
Activity Professionals: Credit hours through the National Certification Council for Activity Professionals.
Dietary/Food Service Professionals: Credit hours are available through two groups and their respective credentialling agencies.
- The Certifying Board for Dietary Managers of the Association of Nutrition and Food Services Professionals (ANFP)
- Commission on Dietetic Registration for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND) and the Minnesota Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (MAND)
Don't forget to register your hours for the NCCAP!
Don't forget to register your hours for the Commission on Dietetic Registration!
*New! Housing-with-Services Managers: Select training is relevant to the operation of a housing-with-services establishment and to the needs of its tenants, and may be used toward the continuing education requirements of HWS managers.
LTC Administrators: Clock hours through the Minnesota Board of Examiners for Nursing Home Administrators.
Minnesota Licensed CPAs: See information below on how to submit information to earn CEUs from the Minnesota Board of Accountancy.
Nursing: Most educational events are designed to meet the Minnesota Board of Nursing continuing education requirements for licensed nurses.
Senior Housing Professionals: The LeadingAge Minnesota Institute has been designed as a project eligible expense for HUD facilities.
Social Services: LeadingAge Minnesota is an approved provider for continuing education by the Minnesota Board of Social Work.
For other aging services professionals not listed above: Most licensure boards, credentialing agencies and professional organizations have processes that allow individuals to earn a certain number of CEUs for non-pre-approved programs and/or accommodate self-submission for approval of continuing education hours after the event takes place with proper documentation from the program sponsors.
Most also require information LeadingAge Minnesota routinely collects such as the title of the course, learning objectives, date/time of presentations, agendas, faculty bios, number of hours earned. If you require information for this purpose, contact Heidi Simpson at email@example.com or 651.645.4545.