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Earning ASHA CEUs

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How do I know if a course offers ASHA CEUs?

Look for the ASHA CE Brand Block or the Insignia from the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association. There are over 540 ASHA Approved CE Providers offering over 38,000 ASHA CEU courses a year. Please note: some promotional materials advertise the course as suitable for speech-language pathologists and/or audiologists' professional development. This does not mean it offers ASHA CEUs. Look for the logo and ASHA statement.

How do I find a course offering ASHA CEUs?

Visit ASHA CEFind. The instructions will guide you. Over 35,000 courses are registered with ASHA CE each year.

How can I find ASHA CE Providers in my area?

Visit our ASHA CE provider listing. Providers are listed by state.

How do I find/sign up for a course created by ASHA?

Browse ASHA-produced CE courses on the ASHA Store or in the ASHA Learning Center. You can get unlimited access to ASHA's extensive catalog of online CE courses through the ASHA Learning Pass or purchase an individual course.

What is a continuing education unit (CEU)?

One CEU (1.0 CEU) is equivalent to 10 contact/clock hours. The CEU is a nationally recognized standard unit of measurement for participation in a Continuing Education (CE) activity. The CEU standards are set by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET). Visit their website for more information. ASHA CEUs can also be awarded in half-hour increments. For example, one hour and 30 minutes is equivalent to 0.15 ASHA CEUs.

What is the difference between ASHA CEUs and other CEUs?

ASHA Approved CE providers must meet stringent standards set by ASHA's Continuing Education Board. Only courses offering ASHA CEUs can be posted on your Registry transcript. There are other types of CEUs and credits in the marketplace. However, ASHA does not regulate other types of credit. We advise you to contact your state licensing board to see what other types of credit are acceptable toward your licensure requirements.

Questions? Feedback? Contact ASHA Continuing Education.

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