Help with ACE Credit Info.

Discussion in 'General Distance Learning Discussions' started by Cauble_TXSG, Aug 20, 2005.

  1. Cauble_TXSG

    Cauble_TXSG Member

    I have gone through the ACE web site so many times that my eyes bleed. I certainly can not find a guide that shows what programs = what credit on the web site. I am sure that this is becuse they want me to buy that darn book.

    Is there a service they sell that allows me to look at this guide online? Or is there someone in this form that has the guide that can break down for me the credits value and subjet area for credits from "United Nations Institute for Training and Research" please?

    Many thanks for any help....
  2. Casey

    Casey New Member

    Call and ask them to email you the list of a particular school's ACE list. They did it for me on more than one occasion.
  3. Rich Douglas

    Rich Douglas Well-Known Member

    ACE sells the complete guides. That's why you can't find them on line. But as "Bush04" has indicated, it appears they will provide you with specific listings.
  4. Cauble_TXSG

    Cauble_TXSG Member

    Sent an email...

    I sent them an email today. I am not sure if I should expect a response or not. I will share what I find here with everyone.

    While I am searching for ACE credit info, has anyone completed a large number of the National Fire Academy course, and has the ACE evaluation information?

  5. MichaelGates

    MichaelGates Member

  6. Abner

    Abner Well-Known Member

    Re: Sent an email...

    Welcome Cauble_TXSG:

    There are more than a few people in this forum who have received credit for Fire Academy courses, I don't remember their names, but hopefully they will be responding soon.

    Take care,

    Abner :)
  7. John Bear

    John Bear Senior Member

    Last time I looked at the ACE credit recomendation books at my local library, there were four very large small-type volumes, 3 for military, 1 for everything else. Quite a lot to offer on-line, but they surely could, even in a small-fee arrangement, like reading complete articles in the NY Times for a few dollars a throw.

Share This Page