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Courses Not Appearing on the CE Transcript

Did the course offer ASHA CEUs? We cannot process non-ASHA CEU activities.Some promotional materials state that a course is suitable for SLPs and/or audiologists. This does not mean it offers ASHA CEUs.

Have you allowed for processing time? ASHA CE Providers have up to 45 days from the course's end date to send your CEU Participant Form to us. Once here, processing time can take up to four (4) weeks during our busy times.

Contact the ASHA Approved CE Provider—ask the Provider if your information for the course was submitted to the ASHA CE Registry.

If you qualified for and requested ASHA CEUs at the time of the course but the Provider didn't submit your information to the ASHA CE Registry, the Provider will work with the ASHA CE Registry to add the course to your transcript.

If the Provider does not have record of your completion of the course or documentation of your request to earn ASHA CEUs (e.g., completion of an ASHA CEU Participant form), you'll need to read the following information about how to file an appeal. Please note, ASHA Continuing Education does not accept requests from participants asking that ASHA CEUs be granted for a course with an end date more than 12 months ago.  

Remember, individuals who want to earn ASHA CEUs must complete the ASHA CEU Participant form at the end of the course. Alternatively, when completing an online course you must carefully follow the ASHA Approved CE Provider's instructions in order to be awarded ASHA CEUs. ASHA CEUs cannot be awarded retroactively.

When appealing, you'll be asked to explain the extenuating circumstances that prevented you from either completing the ASHA CEU Participant Appeal form or following the Provider's instructions for earning ASHA CEUs.

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