Using Your ASHA CEUs

How many professional development hours are required to keep my CCC current?

Thirty hours or 3.0 ASHA CEUs in a 36-month cycle. Your start date for this requirement depends on the year you initially earned your CCC. For more information, visit the certification pages.

Does ASHA only accept ASHA CEUs toward CCC renewal requirements?

No. You have options. Attending ASHA CEU courses is a convenient way to satisfy your CCC requirements. Please visit the Maintenance of Certification pages for more information.

What does my state require for re-licensure?

Please visit the Legislation and Advocacy pages on the ASHA site for state licensing information. Please contact your state licensing/regulatory board for the most up-to-date guidelines pertaining to your license maintenance and renewal.

Does ASHA transfer my ASHA CEUs to CE Broker? (Florida, Ohio, and South Carolina licensees only)

Yes. ASHA CE will transfer ASHA CEUs if you've paid the annual CE Registry fees and you've submitted your license number to ASHA. You can submit your Florida, Ohio, and/or South Carolina license number(s) to ASHA. You can submit your license number to ASHA online or call it in to ASHA Action Center at 800-498-2071. If you have questions about CE Broker, call them at 877-434-6323 or visit the CE Broker website.

What is ASHA's Award for Continuing Education (ACE)?

The ACE recognizes continued study beyond the entry-level requirements for the ASHA Certificates of Clinical Competence (CCC). The ACE is available to ASHA members, ASHA members who hold ASHA's Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC), and Nonmembers who hold ASHA's Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC).

How do I earn an ACE?

By accumulating 7.0 ASHA CEUs (70 contact hours) in three years. Find courses offering ASHA CEUs.

Will you notify me when I earn an ACE?

We will send you notification via email.

What does it mean when an ASHA Approved CE Provider offers a “certification?”

Read Professional Certification vs. Certificate Program to learn more about the issues to think about when considering a certification program. There is also information about the difference between a professional certification and a certificate program.

Questions? Feedback? Contact ASHA Continuing Education.

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