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Audiology Pathway to Certification

This infographic walks you step-by-step through the process of applying for the CCC-A. It includes important certification and membership information as well as a Pro Tip to help save you up to $225 off your initial certification fees and membership dues. Downloadable version [PDF]

Step 1

Graduate

Earn your Doctoral degree from a CAA accredited program.

Tip: Save $225 off your first year of ASHA Membership and Certification by maintaining NSSLHA membership for 2 consecutive years.

Step 2

Praxis

Take and Pass the Praxis Examination at any time before, during, or after applying.

Step 3

Apply

Submit your Application for Certification in Audiology to ASHA.

Please read the current standard to be aware of any changes.

Tip: Apply for ASHA certification and membership between January 1 – August 31 with ASHA’s New Professional Membership Package and receive up to 24 months of membership for the price of 12 months.

Step 4

Join

Choosing membership with your certification allows you to enjoy ASHA Member Benefits including:

  • Knowledge
  • Learning
  • Advocacy
  • Community

Step 5

Review Period

Certification will be granted once all documents are received and approved.

The application review process can take up to 6-8 weeks from the date the last document is received.

Step 6

Certified

CONGRATULATIONS!

You have been awarded your Certificate of Clinical Competence, and your new ASHA card will be arriving soon.

You may now use the "CCC-A" credential.

Tip: Begin earning your CEUs in January of the year following your certification award.

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