IACP Approved Continued Education Unit Resources

To maintain your IACP CDTA and PDTI you must file your CEUs every two years.  You can send them in individually or all at once just prior to your tow year anniversary date.  Download the CEU Form here

CONTINUING EDUCATION for CSDT: IACP Certified Service Dog Trainers-must complete 20 hours of continuing education every two years.  For more information on CEU requirements for IACP Certified Service Dog Trainers click here.

IACP Dog Trainer Certification CEU application information

Please be aware - if you are applying to have your workshop or seminar recognized for CEUs for IACP there are two different certifications: Dog Trainer Certification and Service Dog Certification.  If you wish to be recognized for both, you will need to apply to both the DTCC and the Service Dog Committee

There is no fee for applying to have your event recognized for CEUs toward the IACP CDTA and/or PDTI through the IACP DTCC.  We do require the following information and we require that your workshop and presenters comply with the IACP Code of Conduct.

Please send to tawnimcbee@yahoo.com:
1.  Name, date(s) and location of your event.
2.  Presenters for your event.
3.  Materials covered in the event.
4.  Will any certifications be given at the end of your event?
5.  Are there any restrictions for attendees or their dogs at this event?
6.  Will this event be open to everyone or are there specifications?  (Ie: IACP members only, professionals only, clients only, etc.)
7.  Please send a copy, via email, of your event flyer including registration form.
8.  Any other information you think may be helpful in our decision making.

Please note that we ask that you give attendees a certificate at the end of the event to show their full attendance so they’ll have something to send in with their renewal forms.

Your event will be on our CEU page until after the event if over, then it will be removed.  You must apply for each event, each year.

IACP CEU Approved Sites   

IACP Approved CEU Workshops/Seminars

Mark McCabe - Training Between the Ears.  Click here for more details and to register