Invacare Corporation announces that its educational program received the International Accreditors for Continuing Education and Training (IACET) designation. Effective immediately, all courses which offer continuing educational units (CEU) from Invacare, Motion Concepts, Matrx, Alber and Pindot will carry IACET accreditation.

“We are honored and excited to further expand our educational programs by offering accredited training to our providers and clinicians on a wide range of content. By seeking input from our stakeholders, our program will continuously evolve and reflect the latest industry trends and best practices.”

— Joost Beltman, senior vice president and general manager, North America for Invacare

The application process, which included extensive evaluation by the IACET Commission, took a year to complete and confirmed that Invacare’s educational curriculum is of high quality.

IACET is a global board that ensures the quality and consistency of educational CEUs through strict guidelines and is a proven model for learning process excellence. Accreditation is good for five years from the date of the initial designation. Each course is developed following the IACET/ANSI standard, a media release from Invacare notes.

[Source(s): Invacare Corporation, Business Wire]