Search Courses

 

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Search here for workplace learning, certifications, apprenticeships, and online coursework evaluated through ACE’s CREDIT program.

If you are looking for military courses and occupations evaluated through the Military Training Evaluation Program, visit the Military Guide.

 
 
 
 
 

 

 

Essentials of Government Contract Management (Villanova University)9993National Guide Course8/7/2020 12:54:19 AMLower-Division Baccalaureate;#3;#Contract Management or Business Management;| The course objective is to deliver the necessary foundations for your success as a government contract 114https://admin.acenet.edu/National-Guide/Lists/Org Courses B/AllItems.aspxFalse<div class="ExternalClass39CD75C21969400A9361914726A90756">The course objective is to deliver the necessary foundations for your success as a government contract manager. Students will explore issues and trends in contract management and the federal acquisition process, including the pre-award, award, and post-award phases of acquiring a government contract. They also will discuss different types of contracts and the implications of each, contract law, and federal jurisdiction regarding case law.</div>e1f69920-84c4-ea11-a812-000d3a33232aBisk Education
Developing and Using Scenarios for Intelligence Analysis13432National Guide Course6/24/2021 9:18:19 AMLower-Division Baccalaureate;#1;#intelligence studies;| The course objective is to train attendees in leading-edge trade craft for isolating and making sense of critical 6https://admin.acenet.edu/National-Guide/Lists/Org Courses N/AllItems.aspxFalse<div class="ExternalClass800E335D5A314F0F9C93E5A34C369016">The course objective is to train attendees in leading-edge trade craft for isolating and making sense of critical uncertainties in intelligence analysis. The skills and methods taught in this course include scenario creation and analysis, system analysis, effective reasoning, systems and casual loop diagramming, and the development of tests for revealing cognitive bias in sense-making activities.<br></div>f24b5ded-43d4-eb11-bacc-00224805d3a9National Cryptologic University
Introduction to Anthropology13614National Guide Course9/30/2021 7:04:44 AMLower-Division Baccalaureate;#3;#introduction to anthropology;| The course objective is to provide a comparative study of humankind; it is distinct from other sciences; it has 28https://admin.acenet.edu/National-Guide/Lists/Org Courses D/AllItems.aspxFalse<div class="ExternalClass3967A242DA7A4151B677351C49A69521">The course objective is to provide a comparative study of humankind; it is distinct from other sciences; it has become increasingly precise due to new research techniques; and it characteristically uses combined forms of evidence. Anthropology has four sub-fields. Physical anthropology (or biological anthropology) is concerned with the biological and behavioral aspects of human beings, their extinct hominid ancestors, and related non-human primates, especially from an evolutionary perspective. Archaeology brings order to objects removed from the earth and following systematic analysis, draws conclusions about the humans who left them behind. Linguistic anthropology is the study of language and language use in social and cultural contexts. Cultural anthropology is the study of the customs, social institutions, and art of past and present societies. Global issues, contemporary issues, methods and critiques of anthropology will also be explored.</div>b4b925a0-fc16-ec11-b6e6-000d3a327fdbDistance Learning Systems Indiana, Inc
Passenger Enforcement Rover Team14590National Guide Course1/7/2022 9:16:26 AMLower-Division Baccalaureate;#1;#operational risk management;| The course objective is given the appropriate search tools, law enforcement gear, personal protective equipment 4https://admin.acenet.edu/National-Guide/Lists/Org Courses U/AllItems.aspxFalse<div class="ExternalClass9108602D27E842EA954EE3F5138AC875">The course objective is&#58; given the appropriate search tools, law enforcement gear, personal protective equipment, threat assessment briefing, and a primary Federal Inspection Service (FIS) area, SELECT a potential high-risk passenger in accordance with the Personal Qualification Standard checklist, and DETERMINE that a secondary inspection of a passenger is required in accordance with the Personal Qualification Standard checklist; given the appropriate computer databases, CBP forms, and threat assessment information, REPORT findings in accordance with the Personal Qualification Standard checklist.</div>9713cf9c-271f-ec11-b6e6-000d3a34f821U.S. Customs and Border Protection
Survival Analysis15149National Guide Course6/22/2021 9:13:19 AMThe course objective is to describe the various methods used for modeling and evaluating survival data, also called time-to-event data The course will also require participants to 4https://admin.acenet.edu/National-Guide/Lists/Org Courses S/AllItems.aspxFalse<div class="ExternalClassAB6B75E5DF444E21862A5BFEDD5FF296">The course objective is to describe the various methods used for modeling and evaluating survival data, also called time-to-event data. General statistical concepts and methods discussed in this course include survival and hazard functions, Kaplan-Meier graphs, log-rank and related tests, Cox proportional hazards model, and the extended Cox model for time-varying covariates. The course will also require participants to use a convenient statistical package (e.g., SAS, JMP, STATA, R, or S+) to analyze survival analysis data.</div>33e16048-9fd2-eb11-bacc-00224805d3a9Statistics.com
Fundamentals of Public Speaking15938National Guide Course9/17/2021 6:50:08 AMLower-Division Baccalaureate;#3;#fundamentals of public speaking;| The course objective is to provide an introduction to the theories and principles of public speaking 5https://admin.acenet.edu/National-Guide/Lists/Org Courses D/AllItems.aspxFalse<div class="ExternalClassB232BE9BB30042D2B7EA8D0E8E497735">The course objective is to provide an introduction to the theories and principles of public speaking. Topics include the history, models, and modes (persuasive, informative, and special occasion) of public speaking. Students will be introduced to the steps (development, organization, and delivery) necessary to create a speech and will apply these steps when presenting speeches to peers. An overview of speaking with presentation aids will be covered as it relates to how listeners process information. Units emphasize ethical, social, and theoretical considerations of public speaking; audience analysis; research; presentation and language style; purpose of public speaking; speech structure and organization; speech delivery and reception. Students will format, edit, and deliver speeches.</div>a5dd2975-0417-ec11-b6e6-000d3a327fdbDistance Learning Systems Indiana, Inc
Intermediate International Military Student Office (IMSO) Course17731National Guide Course3/1/2022 10:47:27 AMLower-Division Baccalaureate;#3;#training and development;| The course objective is for the student to demonstrate the skills necessary to effectively manage International Military 12https://admin.acenet.edu/National-Guide/Lists/Org Courses D/AllItems.aspxFalse<div class="ExternalClassC8BCF0AE61C04BBE85BB5CF73C04B77F">The course objective is for the student to demonstrate the skills necessary to effectively manage International Military Student Office (IMSO) responsibilities in accordance with USG international training management policies and procedures.</div>50541abc-0873-ec11-8943-002248092e79Defense Security Cooperation University (DSCU)
Broadcast Management Course18533National Guide Course8/7/2020 1:31:37 AMVocational-Certificate;#2;#Management and Operation Of Electronic Media Facilities;| The course objective is to provide American Forces Radio and Television Service (AFRTS 21https://admin.acenet.edu/National-Guide/Lists/Org Courses D/AllItems.aspxFalse<div class="ExternalClass117EF89C2F4340F18DB1F7151B804ED9">The course objective is to provide American Forces Radio and Television Service (AFRTS) management, leadership, policy and regulatory guidance for individuals who are in, or are about to enter, a leadership position in an American Forces Network (AFN) station. This includes Station Managers, Maintenance Managers, Section NCOICs and leaders in Broadcast Operational Detachments (BODs).</div>e94afee7-92c4-ea11-a812-000d3a33232aDefense Information School
Trusted Advisor Bootcamp18687National Guide Course8/7/2020 1:33:19 AMLower-Division Baccalaureate;#1;#Organizational Behavior, Organizational Effectiveness, or Organizational Dynamics;| The course objective is to enable students to overcome being 2https://admin.acenet.edu/National-Guide/Lists/Org Courses D/AllItems.aspxFalse<div class="ExternalClass4752C1DAB02043C19A0C903D49993F28">The course objective is to enable students to overcome being viewed as a transactional or commodity resource versus a true business partner. The course includes key elements such as&#58; developing rapport and trust, designing solutions that advance stakeholders' strategies, strengthening leadership and influence, and managing resistance and conflict.</div>5fba8863-93c4-ea11-a812-000d3a33232aDale Carnegie & Associates, Inc.
Business 313: Organizational Communication18879National Guide Course4/7/2022 9:51:15 AMUpper-Division Baccalaureate;#3;#business communication;| The course objective is to improve your knowledge of different types of communication in organizations and the role 10https://admin.acenet.edu/National-Guide/Lists/Org Courses S/AllItems.aspxFalse<div class="ExternalClassC765D342D79E4EAAB98F9793CE2ADFD8">The course objective is to improve your knowledge of different types of communication in organizations and the role communication plays within an organization.</div>1cc7413c-1bb4-ec11-983e-000d3a5a745dStudy.com, LLC