Ever wonder how much work it takes to become a CEU provider? Learn ways to master the process and successfully find your holistic health classes filled with professionals that need to earn CEUs and that seek to expand their knowledge of holistic health. This is what Navigating the CEU Process is all about.

CEU is the abbreviation for Continuing Education Unit. These units are a requirement for many professions working in the career fields of nursing, massage therapists, social workers, physical therapists, occupational therapists, acupuncturists, chiropractors, counselors, and more. In this one of a kind book Dawn Fleming, a holistic health educator, walks you through the complicated process so that you understand what is required in order to be approved.

In reading this book, I learned many things about the CEU approval process. I learned that you have to apply to each professional board individually. I learned that for some career fields you can apply at the State level to get approved to be a CEU provider and then other career fields require you to go through the process with the national board. I also learned that the nursing Boards call CEUs contact hours and the acupuncture Board calls them Professional Development Activity. In Navigating the CEU Process, Ms. Fleming does a great job in breaking this information down.

She also explains: how being approved as a CEU provider can generate higher student enrollment in your holistic health classes, provides you credibility in the field, how to market your classes and what you are responsible for after you receive approval from the various professional boards. Ms. Fleming does an outstanding job of explaining this complicated process and she even supplies you with the active verbs that the Boards are looking for as you describe your learning strategies and outcomes.

The book is presented in a small pocket reference style. CDs from her two hour lecture on the subject are also available. The book includes over 123 helpful strategies in approaching this sometimes multifarious process. You can tell that a lot of time, energy and experience went into this book. I have not seen information packaged on this subject anywhere else. Do yourself a favor and buy the book and CD to prepare for successfully conquering thing arduous task. The book and CDs are sold on Ms. Fleming’s website. Once again, Ms. Fleming provides another helpful “How to” book. Her other books that are helpful to the holistic health field include Creating a Successful Holistic Health Practice and Passing on Wisdom: Keys to Teaching Holistic Health and Spiritual Workshops.

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Author's Bio: 

Amanda Sachs, Holistic Health educator and practitioner. Amanda has a part-time Reiki practice and teaches all levels of Reiki training. She designs websites for Holistic Health businesses. Her website is www.macnaughtondesign.com/index.html. To order the books mentioned above visit www.energytransformations.org/products.html