Give ASHA your license number, your first and last name as printed on your license, and choose the option to report your credit; take courses offered for ASHA CEUs, follow the provider’s instructions to request ASHA CEUs and pay the ASHA CE Registry fee for the applicable year.
Follow these steps:
Your license number is the identifying information ASHA uses to submit ASHA CEUs to CE Broker, the continuing education tracking database used by the Florida, Ohio, and South Carolina Boards of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology.
ASHA will not be able to submit your ASHA CEUs to CE Broker.
ASHA transmits course participation records to CE Broker daily on behalf of individuals who have paid the ASHA CE Registry fee and for whom ASHA has an individual's Florida, Ohio, and/or South Carolina license number.
No. The only records ASHA has of an individual's participation in a course is through the Provider’s records of who requested ASHA CEUs at the time of the event. You may be able to self-submit the course directly to CE Broker.
Important Note: If you did not request ASHA CEUs at the conclusion of the event or submit information electronically to the Provider per the Provider's instructions, you can't request to earn ASHA CEUs retroactively.
No. Only valid ASHA CEUs for your active state licensing interval will be sent to CE Broker. However, you may pay the CE Registry fee for the current and/or previous years in order to earn ASHA CEUs. ASHA CEUs can only be awarded for past course if ASHA CEUs were requested from the provided at the time of course completion. Call the Action Center at 800-498-2071 for assistance.
No, but you do need to meet at least one of the following conditions in order to be eligible to earn ASHA CEUs: