What Is Accredited CEU?

Accredited CEU

Every student needs to learn the importance of CEU accreditation before making a final enrollment decision. Before you even start narrowing down your options, let’s look at what accredited CEU means, the benefits for students, and how it can impact your ability to work professionally. PCES supportaccredited ceu

CEU Providers like PCES that are labeled “accredited” have met certain academic and institutional requirements established by the cosmetology school accrediting organizations. Accreditation helps preserve the integrity and quality of education in the cosmetology field.

Some of the factors that accrediting organizations look for is the offered curriculum, quality of education, facilities, staff, and admission policies. An accredited CEU means that a provider has been evaluated and approved in providing standards and criteria in a number of different areas which can include, but are not limited to:

  • Educational Objectives
  • Institutional Evaluation
  • Instructional Staff
  • Administrative Services
  • Admissions Policies & Procedures
  • Student Support Services
  • Curriculum
  • Financial Practices & Management
  • Instructional Space & Facilities
  • Student Evaluations
  • Courses of Study & Programs

The steps accreditation includes getting the provider properly licensed, attending an accreditation workshop, completing an institutional self-study and having a candidate consultation visit, filling out the necessary applications and paying the required fees, and then having an initial accreditation full team visit, among other steps. Accredited providers are re-evaluated at least every six years, and they must continue living up to the established standards to keep their accreditation active.

PCES provide accredited CEU. our accreditation comes directly from the University of South Carolina