The Importance of the CME Certificate

Have you ever put a great deal of time and energy into something…

Just to have it go unnoticed or unneeded? Of course you have. We all have. There is nothing more frustrating than to put sweat and blood into your work and not get the credit you deserve.

Obviously, you don’t want this to happen to your CME members. Your learners deserve credit, and that credit should mean something. Issuing a CME certificate is a critical aspect of the service you provide to your members. And, the LMS you use should be able to facilitate that process for you.

CME Certificates: What You and Your Learners Need

What You Need

Your LMS should allow you to customize the content of the certificate. You should be able to modify specific details (like learners’ names, course titles, dates, etc.), embed images and signatures and, if you want, completely customize the design of your certificates.

What Your Learners Need

Your learners want immediate and continuous access to their CME certificate. They want to think about it as little as possible and be assured that they have proof of all completed CME activities. Your LMS should allow your learners to download each certificate immediately and reprint at any time.

Course creation and facilitation are the meat of any learning management system. But, a quality CME activity is only as good as the certificate it earns your learners. Don’t neglect the final step. Give your learners the credit they deserve.

EthosCE is the industry-leading, SCORM-compliant learning management system designed to automate and modernize the delivery of continuing education in the health professions. We work closely with leading medical association, academic centers, and health system to optimize their technology infrastructure and create an easy-to-use and intuitive environment for learners and CME administrators alike. For more information about our EthosCE, please contact us at 267-234-7401.

 

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