About ASHA Professional Development

Let ASHA Professional Development be your lifelong learning partner! ASHA-produced courses are top-notch—taught by industry leaders, vetted by ASHA experts, and developed by professional instructional designers.

Get the information you need—and earn ASHA CEUs or professional development hours—with our extensive catalog of credible, curated online content.

ASHA Approved CE Provider

With more than 550 CE courses (that's over 1,200 hours of learning!) offered for ASHA CEUs, you’re sure to find the right course for your clinical and professional needs and learning style.

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Instructional Level

We follow the instructional levels defined by the Continuing Education Board:

  • Introductory: Assumes little or no familiarity with the area covered. These courses give a general orientation and increased awareness of the subject matter.
  • Intermediate: Assumes a general familiarity with the literature and professional practice within the area covered. These courses increase your understanding of and ability to apply the subject matter.
  • Advanced: Assumes thorough familiarity with current literature and professional practice in the area covered. These courses focus on recent advances, future direction, and applications of research related to the subject matter.

Reprints and Distribution Policy

Unless specified, printed and electronic course content cannot be copied, distributed, or re-broadcast. To request permission to reprint or distribute course content, contact ashaprofdev@asha.org

Requests for Reasonable Accommodations

ASHA is dedicated to making its courses, events, meetings, and Convention accessible to all. We strive to provide access—to the fullest extent possible—to activities based on an awareness of participants’ needs. If you require assistance with a ASHA Professional Development course or event, due to a disability, please contact us at ashaprofdev@asha.org with the name of the activity and indicate the area(s) of need (i.e., mobility, vision, hearing, other). An ASHA representative will contact you for additional information.

Statement on Evidence-Based Practice

It is the position of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association that audiologists and speech-language pathologists incorporate the principles of evidence-based practice in clinical decision making to provide high-quality clinical care. The term evidence-based practice refers to an approach in which current, high-quality research evidence is integrated with practitioner expertise and client preferences and values into the process of making clinical decisions.

Participants are encouraged to actively seek and critically evaluate the evidence basis for clinical procedures presented in this and other educational programs. Adopted by the
Scientific and Professional Education Board, April 2006