Darril wrote: »
@sharris. You don't have to pay to earn CEUs. Paulgswanson gives a good list of things you can do. If you're self-employed, you simply submit something you've done that meets their requirements.@jalle. Yes. You can earn CEUs by taking other exams. This link shows all of the other certs that give you CEUs: CompTIA Continuing Education Program. Just click on one of the certs in the Renewing Through Achieving Other Industry Certifications section to see a full list of certs that give you credit.
The documentation required varies depending on what you did and many times you can provide all of the documentation yourself. Once you enroll, agree to the code of ethics policy, and pay the CE maintenance fees, you can start submitting the documentation. When you select any specific activity for the drop down box, the page shows you exactly what you need to provide as documentation. As an example, I submitted a book I wrote for CEUs and provided a three-line Word document that stated it was a book for a relevant certification exam, the title of the book, and a link to the book. If you earn a relevant certification, you simply send a copy of the transcript or documentation showing you passed.
This blog also covers more on CEUs in general: Get Certified Get Ahead | CompTIA CEUs.
paulgswanson wrote: »
There are several ways to gain CEU's
among them are:
Presenting: Lecturing/Presenting, Materials Creation
Teaching: Lecturing/Presenting, Materials Creation
Training: Non-degree or CAQC-approved
CompTIA Exam Development Workshop
Publishing: Blog, Book, Article/White Paper
External Certification (Non-CompTIA)
Participation on IT Related Board
(ACE) Accredited Courses
As far as places that offer it, they don't need to implicitly say you can use this towards Comptias CEU's. They don't have a choice, just get you boss to validate this info:
Submission on Employer Letterhead
Duration in Job
Brief Description of tasks
Signature of Supervisor
PM me and I'll respond with a copy of the CEsubmittal form and you can review the requirements.
I'd PM you but your email isnt active.