SOURCE: 360training

October 16, 2007 11:05 ET

360training Becomes an International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET) Authorized Provider

AUSTIN, TX--(Marketwire - October 16, 2007) - 360training, a global leader in compliance, licensing and certification training, announced today it has been authorized as an International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET) provider.

To achieve compliance with IACET criteria and guidelines, 360training underwent a strict evaluation of its educational processes, including two reviews by IACET's Commission and an on-site visit by an IACET Commissioner.

As an IACET Authorized Provider, 360training may grant IACET Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and will initially offer IACET credits for its OSHA Outreach Training series covering the OSHA 500, OSHA 501, OSHA 10 hour and OSHA 30 hour courses via its reseller partners and directly online at

"By overlaying IACET CEUs on our OSHA Outreach courses, we're able to offer our customers a key value add and speak to the quality and integrity of our learning process and content," stated Jeff Leiken, Senior Vice President for 360training.

Created in 1968, IACET's mission is to promote and enhance quality in continuing education and training through research, education and continuous improvement of IACET criteria, principles, and standards.

"As an early pioneer of regulatory standards for online education and training in wide range of professional licensing industries, we're thrilled to have obtained recognition by the time-tested standards of IACET," said Ed Sattar, CEO 360training.

About 360training

360training (Austin, TX) services over 1500 e-learning partners who together have trained more than 3 million users worldwide. An integrated technology, content and services approach helps organizations and licensed professionals streamline licensing, continuing education and certification requirements. As a Deloitte Fast 50 and Inc 5000 ranked growth company, 360training's customers range from individual end users to the Fortune 500 across the combined industries of real estate, finance, insurance, healthcare, manufacturing, construction and hospitality. More information at