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date: 21 January 2021

Continuing Educationlocked

  • Kimberly Strom-GottfriedKimberly Strom-GottfriedUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Summary

Continuing education (CE) refers to an array of opportunities by which professionals can augment existing knowledge and skills. CE is essential for professional competence, career development, and compliance with licensing rules and other regulations. CE is offered through a variety of auspices, methods, and venues. Advances in instructional technology and electronic communication have further expanded access to CE opportunities. Ongoing challenges in CE include strategies for assuring quality in CE programming and adequately evaluating skill and knowledge acquisition.

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