How to Earn CEUs Through DCMP
You can earn Certificates of Completion and Continuing Education Credit through DCMP's eLearning modules, QuickClasses, Online Workshops, and Signs of Development online workshops as outlined below.
Signs of Development Interactive Workshops
DCMP members who complete Signs of Development WWWorkshops can earn Continuing Education Credit. CEUs are not issued by DCMP. Signs of Development is an approved sponsor for RID CEUs. They have a number of ways that interpreters and educators can earn their CEUs with RID or your state licensing agency. They have existing relationships with most states and ASLTA, who accept CEUs granted by their WWWorkshops without any additional verification required.
Visit Signs of Development to learn the variety of ways that CEUs can be earned and processed, with links to the pages where this information can be found and explained in more depth.
You can find a list of current Modules on the DCMP eLearning Resources page. To access the modules, create an account with DCMP. When you log in, you’ll find a link to the modules. You can begin a module, return to modules you have in progress, and print certificates for modules you have completed. Once the entire course has been completed, a new section called Verification of Training Completion will appear on the menu. Go to that section to print your Verification of Completion. DCMP offers RID CEUs for select modules; for other modules, earning Continuing Education Credit with your Verification of Completion certificate will depend upon the policies of your organization. Please see the eLearning Modules section in the eLearning Resources page for more information.
QuickClasses are facilitated, asynchronous, online classes for professionals working with students who are deaf, hard of hearing, blind, low-vision, or deaf-blind. QuickClasses are approved for RID and ACVREP credit. Learn about current and upcoming QuickClasses on the DCMP eLearning Resources page.
DCMP offers continuing education opportunities through online workshops. These workshops allow teachers of the deaf, teachers of the blind, and interpreters to earn CEUs. Workshops have been preapproved for RID (Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf) and ACVREP (Academy for Certification of Vision Rehabilitation & Education Professionals) credit. Upon successful completion of a workshop, participants earn a certificate.
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