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How to Receive a Certificate of Attendance and Continuing Education Units
CADCA's National Leadership Forum offers a Certificate of Attendance and Continuing Education Unit (CEU) credits from George Mason University to registered attendees.*
Certificate of Attendance
A letter verifying attendance will be available for attendees who complete the 2021 National Leadership Forum Overall Feedback Survey. A survey link will be emailed to all attendees on Thursday, February 4. Once completed, you will receive a link to a printable/savable letter verifying attendance. A letter verifying attendance and contact hours of instruction is all that is typically needed to document training for Certified Prevention Specialist (CPS) certification. No fee is charged to obtain a letter of attendance after the meeting. Please note, for CPS credit hours and other types of certifications, some states require more than a Certificate of Attendance. IC&RC provides a list by state here.
To obtain a certification of attendance after the deadline for the Overall Feedback survey, please e-mail email@example.com.
Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
A CEU Certificate can also be requested from George Mason University.
A total of .5 (equal to 5 instructor-led contact hours) Continuing Education Unit (CEU) credits are available through George Mason University (GMU) for attending SAMHSA’s Prevention Day.
A total of 1.8 (equal to 18 instructor-led contact hours) Continuing Education Unit (CEU) credits are available through George Mason University (GMU) for attending CADCA’s National Leadership Forum.
(Note: 10 instructor-led contact hours is equal to 1 CEU)
*Attendees should confirm individual state or designation-specific documentation requirements.
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