September 12, 2017
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The Center for START Services
2017-2018 START National Online Training Series
How to Get CEU's
Continuing Education key on keyboardThe Center for START Services has changed the process for earning and requesting CEUs for participation in this year's National Online Training Series. These changes will provide you with additional opportunities to earn CEUs and a simpler process to request them.
  • Earn 1 contact hour (0.1 UNH CEUs) for viewing a pre-recorded series training 
  • Earn 2 contact hours (0.2 UNH CEUs) for viewing a pre-recorded series training AND participating in a post-viewing discussion facilitated by a START Team member.
  • If you work remotely and cannot attend an in-person discussion, you may join a discussion via Zoom facilitated by the Center for START Services.
How to request CEUs:
  • Complete an evaluation survey after viewing. Evaluation survey links will be located on the 2017-2108 START National Online Training series page on our website
  • If you request 2 contact hours you will be asked to indicate where you participated in a facilitated discussion at the end of the evaluation
Information for Host Sites:
  • Please continue to submit attendance sheets to after hosting a training
  • If you want to offer a post-viewing discussion facilitated by a START team member, please reach out to the START program in your region.
  • Please direct your attendees to our website to complete an evaluation if they are interested in receiving CEUs. Paper surveys will no longer be used.
Only UNH CEUs will be available for this Friday's Training. We will be offering New York Social Work CEs for future trainings. More information is available on our website.

If you have any questions, please Beth Grosso at
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The Center for START Services

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Institute on Disability at the University of New Hampshire