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http://ceusonthego.com/                                      -has a variety of webinars from different presenters including a favorite, Wendel "Wink" Smith

http://site.interpretereducationonline.com/        -has both live and archived webinars. Make sure the ones you choose are RID CEU approved... not all are.                     




These next four links belonged to a consortium who lost their grants/funding. The workshops are still there, but you must find a sponsor to get the CEUs.
(We have been approved to SPONSOR these sites through the Texas BEI!!!  However, there is a lot involved! There are 44 webinars in total, 1-3 hours each, in this group. I have viewed EACH webinar to "prequalify" for current relevance. I then created a test for 4 of these workshops for attendance verification (hopefully for self study CEUs). The rest have been submitted for CEUs to be PROCTORED in our Research & Professional Development Center. Everything was submitted to the BEI.  The person in charge of approving the CEUs, for the BEI, is now viewing EACH webinar to qualify it, prior to issuing the CEU approval. I have all the individual webinars prepared to upload as soon as approval for each one comes in.  This may take some time to come to fruition, but please be patient with us, we are working on it as fast as we can!  The webinars will be free, the test/proctoring for the CEU processing fee will be $10.00-$15.00 per workshop. 

http://www.unco.edu/marie/index.html               

https://www.stkate.edu/academics/institutes-and-centers/catie-center

http://www.pepnet.org/

http://www.interpretereducation.org/ 





http://www.terplearn.com/                                    -Is a new website that has partnered with Virginia RID for CEUs that are accepted by both RID and Texas BEI. Some of the links are not up and running yet, but the Online Discussion Groups and the On Demand Webinars both are available for VERY reasonable prices ($30-$35ish). So far, they seem to focus on ETHICS, mentoring and NIC test prep. 


http://www.deafactioncenter.org                                  -Here is a link for the Deaf Action Center in Shreveport LA and scroll down to Current Events for an impressive list OR click on "Webcast Archives" to view what they have available On Demand. They are trying to do at least two new webcasts a month. All of the webcasts will remain on their website indefinitely and range around $35.00.


http://www.signs-of-development.org/                     -"CD WWWorkshops,"    "Streaming WWWorkshops,"    "Weekend Web Workshops,"  and "Communities of Practice" are just a few of the "class styles"/categories you can earn CEUs through Signs of Development. Prices vary dependent on whether you are purchasing the CDs,  Streaming, mentoring, and by the length of the class. They also have a "SWAP" program where you can share workshops you purchase and earn CEUs at about half the cost.


http://store.treehousevideo.com/index.php           -has some phenomenal workshops for CEUs for purchase. I have already purchased several of these media products and they can be used on here on site, you do the assignments and submit the work for a completion grade, and they will process the RID CEUs, some as low as $15.00. One or two of those Media programs arefocused on  Ethics.






​                  GREAT SITES FOR 
SIGN LANGUAGE INTERPRETER CEUs.
Several people have contacted me lately asking if certain CEUs are accepted by BEI, especially concerning the webinars I have been sending out...

Typically, any RID CEUs are accepted by BEI to the best of my knowledge. 

Here is the link to the DHHS BEI web site for CEU requirements that pretty well explains what is acceptable: 

http://legacy.hhsc.state.tx.us/dhhs/ceurequirements.shtml

Make sure that you always double-check to ensure that what you are doing is accepted by the BEI!