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Top 5 Reasons to Take CEUs Online

You need Ceus, but you’ve never taken them online? Fear not. No need to ever buy a book, fit a class into your schedule, or get in your car to fulfill your Ceu requirements.

Here are five of our top reasons why you choose be taking your Ceus online.

  CEUs Online > You Pick The Time

Do you have a crazy schedule? Trying to fit time to schedule your CEUs is a thing of the past.

The NurseCe4Less classroom is open 24/7 and 7 days a week. You take your CEUs when you want to and from where you want to.

  CEUs Online > You Pick The Place

No need to drive to a classroom. You can be on your couch at home, a beach in Bali, or your breakroom at work. You pick the place.

All you need to take your courses is a:

  • Computer
  • Connection to the internet
  • Printer (if you want to print out your certificate)
That’s it.

  CEUs Online > You Pick The Course

When you take a typical Ceu course there are only so many to choose from. You’ve got to pick them based not only on your interest but when and where they are taught.

We’ve got over 250 professional courses to choose from.

Here are some of most popular courses:

  • Prevention of Medical Errors
  • Domestic Violence
  • Human Trafficking
  • Recognizing Impairment In The Workplace
  • Alzheimer’s Disease
See our ceu course list.

  CEUs Online > No Books

When you take Ceus online you don’t get a book. You read the material online. Nothing to clutter up your bookshelf for the next 10 years.

We are saving the planet one online ceu at time.

  CEUs Online > No Tests

Love to take tests? Sorry. We can’t help. When you take an online Ceu from NurseCe4Less there are no tests. You simply fill out a short evaluation.

In summary:
  • You pick the time
  • You pick the place
  • You pick the course or courses
  • No books
  • No tests
So there is NO good reason not to take care of your CEUs online and to do it with is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.