As an IACET Accredited Provider, Quality Executive Partners offers IACET CEUs for its Virtuosi learning events that comply with the ANSI/IACET Continuing Education and Training Standard.

What does IACET Accreditation mean?

The accreditation allows your learners/employees the opportunity to gain CEUs for the learning they have achieved using Virtuosi.

Who is IACET?

The International Accreditors for Continuing Education and Training (IACET) is the premier standard setting organization for the continuing education and training industry. As such, IACET is accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) which is the US standards and conformity assessment organization.

IACET Standard is a universal, global model for learning process excellence. It defines a proven model for developing effective and valuable continuing education and training (CE/T) programs by measuring a provider's training program from procedure to process to result.

What is the IACET Standard?

The IACET Standard is used by several government entities and agencies to ensure the quality of continuing education under their purview. Virtuosi accreditation means we have gone through a comprehensive assessment by a commission of professionals in the latest best practices in adult learning from across the globe.

Virtuosi has engaged the expertise of content and instructional design professionals nationwide making the education the best it can be. Quality Executive Partners, the creator and owner of Virtuosi, has ensured our policies and procedures have been benchmarked against the  ANSI/IACET 1-2018 Standard for Continuing Education and Training.

Standard of Excellence

Have confidence that the training provider has met a rigorous standard for excellence and have dedicated the resources to provide meaningful learning.


Know the provider has demonstrated the ability to comply with transcript and record keeping requirements. Enjoy working with providers that have documented a commitment to continuous learning and improvement. IACET accredited providers have been peer reviewed


Q: How are CEUs (Continuing Education Units) determined for each course?

A: The number of CEUs awarded for each course is determined based on the average learner time required to complete it, using a standard formula defined by IACET.
Q: Can learners receive CEU credit for courses taken prior to the official accreditation date of April 1, 2024 by retaking the knowledge assessment?

A: The only way to receive credit is by retaking the course after CEUs are enabled in SABA, our learning management system. Learners must retake previously completed courses to receive CEUs; simply retaking the knowledge assessments is not sufficient.
Q: How can learners obtain CEUs?

A: CEUs are automatically awarded by the system upon successful completion of the course. The attainment will be indicated on their certificates of completion.
Q: Where can learners find the CEUs on the certificate?

A: The CEUs are located at the bottom right corner of the certificate.
Q: Will CEUs be noted in different languages?

A: Yes, they will be noted in different languages.
Q: How can learners determine the total CEUs obtained?

A: They can access all courses and CEUs obtained within SABA, our learning management system.
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