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General Discussion

Stephanie Kirkum
Stephanie Kirkum
3,104 Points

CEUs for Treehouse

My employer has given me the go-ahead to apply for CEUs for using Treehouse -- which is awesome! Now, I need to figure out how to approximate how much time it took to complete each badge. I should have kept a log and I didn't... Is there a list somewhere of this approximation? Does anyone have any ideas of how to calculate this, other than start adding up the length of each video and approximate how long it took to do code challenges, etc? Thanks!

Andrew Shook
Andrew Shook
31,709 Points

You might want to contact customer support. Also what is a CEU?

James Barnett
James Barnett
39,199 Points

Andrew Shook

> Also what is a CEU?

Continuing Education Unit

First result from a Google search for "ceu" brings me to this Wikipedia page for Continuing Education Unit.

2 Answers

James Barnett
James Barnett
39,199 Points

The FlatIron School, which is a coding bootcamp uses Treehouse for their Pre-work. They used to have min and max time you should spend on each section, it's since been removed from their public site.

Through the magic of github you can check that info here

Stephanie Kirkum
Stephanie Kirkum
3,104 Points

Thanks, James.

I wasn't able to find the min/max times you were talking about, but I went ahead and added up the video times for all my badges and added 5 minutes per quiz / code challenge. It's not super scientific, but hopefully HR will accept it!