for Developing CE Courses in Supervision
The need for audiologists and speech-language pathologists to add supervision expertise to their skill set is growing. In response, the ASHA Ad Hoc Committee on Supervision Training issued a comprehensive
report [PDF] that includes the skills and knowledge needed by supervisors of five different constituent groups: clinical educators of graduate students, preceptors of audiology interns, mentors of clinical fellows, supervisors of support personnel, and supervisors of professionals transitioning
to a new area of practice or those reentering the professions.
Developing supervision courses using the resources referenced below plus additional resources from
ASHA's Clinical Education and Supervision portal may attract a broad, new audience for your organization's continuing education program.
Topics for Supervision
Training* [PDF] – This document details the topic areas, knowledge, and skills applicable to each of the five constituent groups. It is also a resource for developing supervision-focused continuing education.
Competencies in Supervision* [PDF] – The self-assessment evaluates current knowledge and skills in supervision and helps determine what additional training is necessary for current and future supervisors.
Graphic for Supervision
Training* [PDF] – This word cloud graphic represents the most common words and topics related to supervision and supervision training. Consider placing it in marketing materials for your supervision courses.
*These documents may all be reproduced and redistributed, as is or with adaptations, without prior permission, provided all such uses include the following statement: ©2016 American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. From A Plan for Developing Resources and Training Opportunities in Clinical Supervision [Final
report of the ASHA Ad Hoc Committee on Supervision Training], May 2016. Retrieved from
If you have any questions, please contact your Provider Manager.