There’s a two-letter acronym that serves as the foundation for the majority of professional organizations: CE. Anesthesiologists, pediatricians, lawyers, zoologists and more — employees from nearly every field count on continuing education credits. From satisfying a requirement that will maintain their operating licenses to adding a line on their resumés for a competitive edge in the job market, CE is crucial. But the digital age is raising a serious question: are we going about CE all wrong?
“We’re always going to need continuing education, but I think we need to call on accrediting bodies to reevaluate the way they measure education,” Emma V. King, Vice President of Learning and Event Strategy, INXPO, says. “Adults no longer learn by sitting in one-hour sessions.”
To read the article in full from our VP of Learning and Event Strategy, Emma King, visit the Virtual Edge Institute.