Continuing Education Credit

Certificates of Completion for Live and On-Demand Webinars

Due to popular demand, we now offer FREE certificates of completion to all individuals interested in having a certificate to evidence their learning for both live and on-demand webinars.

For each live and on-demand webinar, participants will have the option of completing a short quiz for each webinar session attended. A link to the quiz will be provided to you in Zoom (for live sessions) or via email (for on-demand sessions).

NOTE: If you are using this continuing education option to evidence your learning for professional or required training credits, please check with your licensing or accrediting body to make sure the Collaborative's certificates of completion will count toward your professional development requirements!

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Professional Non-Degree Graduate Credit for FASD Collaborative Webinars

We are proud to offer non-degree-seeking graduate credit to anyone interested in evidencing their learning from webinars offered through the FASD Collaborative Project. This credit is most often used by educators for state licensure requirement, but can be used by some other professional fields to provide a pathway for continuing education hours.


Professionals, please check with your licensing or accrediting body about this credit to make sure this will count toward your professional development requirements!


1-3 credit hours are available for $150/credit hour through Madonna University in Livonia, Michigan. 15 hours of training = 1 credit hour. Information on credits, how to apply, and who to contact can be downloaded (.pdf) from the link below.

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University of Alaska Anchorage FASD Graduate Course for Summer 2022!


We are excited to share an elective FASD graduate course being offered in the summer of 2022 through University of Alaska Anchorage's College of Health. This 3-hour graduate course entitled Interdisciplinary Approaches to Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD): Best Practices in Alaska is an asynchronous (on-demand, self-directed) course focused on a range of topics related to FASD.

The flyer for this course can be found here. Please contact Katie Frost ( for registration assistance or Dr. Jenny Miller ( for information about the course.