CPE credits based on 3rd party online self-paced training
Whilst reading the various ways of earning CPE credits, I understand that taking online self-paced training is taken into account. Is this only isc2 offered training? Reason why I ask, for example, if I were studying to achieve a certification from a well known Next-Gen Firewall vendor, and once one completes a particular module, the candidate is given a certificate to validate its completion, can I then use this time invested on studying this towards getting CPE credits accordingly? Or is the online self-paced training only applicable to those courses offered by ISC2?
Re: CPE credits based on 3rd party online self-paced training
You can defiantly use training not provided by ISC2. If it fits within one or more of the domains then it would be a type A, but if it is more general it might be a type B. Firewall training is security related so it would qualify as type A. I don't have the domains memorized so I can't think of which domain it falls into off the top of my head.