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How submit a seminar / webinar to be eligible for CPE credit?

My organization is conducting a number of security seminars on IoT / OT device security as well as training classes. While ISC2 members can manually enter details to submit for CPE credit, I noticed some webinars include option to auto-submit attendance and completion to obtain CPE credits. How would a sponsoring member/organization submit a request to have their webinar or training event registered for CPE credits?

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Re: How submit a seminar / webinar to be eligible for CPE credit?


@chyps wrote:

My organization is conducting a number of security seminars on IoT / OT device security as well as training classes. While ISC2 members can manually enter details to submit for CPE credit, I noticed some webinars include option to auto-submit attendance and completion to obtain CPE credits. How would a sponsoring member/organization submit a request to have their webinar or training event registered for CPE credits?


@chyps This is really a question for (ISC)2.  The seminars sound excellent.

 

@@amandavance or @Kaity Would you be able to route this question to the appropriate folk?

 

 

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Newcomer II

Re: How submit a seminar / webinar to be eligible for CPE credit?

Please include me in the reply as I am also part of the a potential delivery of Cloud Security topic sessions.  With ISACA members are accustomed to registering through a 3rd party such as CVENT, to keep a record and audit capabilities for CPEs.  One of the first questions I'll be asked is if participants will gain CPEs.  (I'll be having a one hour session for 1 CPE per week.)  Would it be possible for me to explain the rest over the phone?  806.535.7680  In my opinion, the offering would also help promote ISC2 (gain new members).

Thank you!

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Community Manager

Re: How submit a seminar / webinar to be eligible for CPE credit?

Hi - thanks for tagging me @dcontesti! I'm sending messages about this. We'll have a page on our website about this coming in the future, but sending private messages for now. 

 

Thanks!

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Re: How submit a seminar / webinar to be eligible for CPE credit?

@Kaity 

Hi Kaity, 

Can you please send me more information about it? We have a new webinar soon and I'd like to give the RSVP the option to get CPE credit. 

 

Thank you 

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Community Champion

Re: How submit a seminar / webinar to be eligible for CPE credit?

@Ben_Malisow previously looked into it and learned that (ISC)² apparently charges a hefty sum for the  privilege of automation.

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Contributor II

Re: How submit a seminar / webinar to be eligible for CPE credit?

Yep-- $20K/year for the privilege, with a three-year initial commitment.

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Re: How submit a seminar / webinar to be eligible for CPE credit?

We have been trying (for soem weeks now) to get ISC2 to give us specifics for
submitting CPEs for a virtual meeting or event. We finally got the following non-
answer:

CPE credits can be given on behalf of chapters who host virtual events, the same
as if chapters submitted for an in-person event, as long as the chapter follows the
guidelines as outlined in the (ISC)2 CPE Handbook. In order to keep records,
please simply take attendance at these meetings, and know (and possibly remind)
members/officers that all (ISC)2 members must follow the (ISC)2 Code of Ethics
when attending and/or verifying attendance for CPE Submissions

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Contributor II

Re: How submit a seminar / webinar to be eligible for CPE credit?

Yeah...they may have misunderstood your request...and they may be overwhelmed with requests and questions at the moment (I know they've been inundated in the past couple of months). If it's any consolation, I don't know of anyone (test candidates, members, instructors, etc.) who is getting quick and complete answers to their messages. So it's not just you.