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Educators CEUs (formerly PLUs)

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Specifically for Educators

The College of Professional Education at KSU offers a variety of CEU approved classes in a traditional classroom environment or online. Regardless of your schedule or location, you can earn continuing education units when it’s convenient for you, and in topics that will increase your skills. From solving discipline problems to photography courses, you’re sure to find classes that will help you create effective solutions for career progression and classroom wisdom.

The online courses in the “Educators & Languages” section were designed to specifically meet the needs of educators. These classes were previously reviewed by the GADOE and approved for PLUs. Although PLUs are now no longer being used, these classes still earn CEUs.

In the State of Georgia, teachers are required to complete 10 continuing education units (CEUs) every 5 years in order to retain their teaching certificates.

Step One – Register

Register for one of the courses below:

Online Courses
Online Courses (all of our online courses are accepted CEUs)

Classroom Courses
Professional Courses (all of these classroom courses are accepted CEUs)

Step Two – Successfully complete the course.

Step Three – Watch for a Certificate of Completion from us in the mail:

After you successfully complete the course, we will send you a certificate in the mail.

Step Four – Copy and send the certificate

After you finish one of these courses, copy your certificate that we give you and send the copy to the Georgia Professional Standards Commission for Educator CEU credit.

If you have any questions concerning Educator CEUs you may call us at: 470-578-6693.

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