Turn to ACHA for your professional development! ACHA provides a variety of opportunities for continuing education credits and contact hours for:
- Physicians and physician assistants
- Certified health education specialists
- Certified counselors
- Social workers
Continuing education is offered through the ACHA Annual Meeting and Online Continuing Education Programs.
Online Continuing Education Programs
ACHA offers a number of presentations that have been offered live at past annual meetings or as webinars and are now available online for credit.
Receive your CE credit in three easy steps:
Step 1: Purchase and view the download of the session.
For a small one-time charge ($24.95 per session), you can download educational sessions and share them with an unlimited number of your colleagues on campus — whether they're looking for additional continuing education credit or just interested in learning more about the topic.
If requesting CE for one of the programs in ACHA’s Webinar Series, you do not need to purchase the session. Simply download and view the free archived webinar.
Step 2: Complete the Post-test and Evaluation Form.
Step 3: Request CE credit ($10-$15 for ACHA members*) through the ACHA online store.
There is a 25% discount for three or more people from the same institution requesting CE credit! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details about the discount.
*NEW INSTITUTIONAL BENEFIT! ACHA Individual Members at Member Institutions (MMIs) now receive free CE credit for any online CE programs. Complete the online CE form for MMIs to apply for free credits. Download fees still apply, and the post-test and evaluation for each session must still be completed to receive credit.
If you are a section or committee/coalition/task force leader and would like to develop a webinar that offers CE, please contact Susan Ainsworth at email@example.com.
Non-Credit Educational Programs
ACHA has developed several webinars to meet your professional development needs. These archived webinars are free to download. Please note that there is no continuing education credit offered for these programs.