ASHA Certification and Ethics Verification

Certification Status

This letter serves as official verification that the individual named below currently holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) in Audiology awarded by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) and conferred by ASHA’s Council for Clinical Certification in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology.
Being "certified" means holding the CCC, a nationally recognized professional credential that represents a level of excellence in the field of audiology (CCC-A) or speech-language pathology (CCC-SLP). ASHA’s CCC-A and CCC SLP certification programs are accredited by the National Commission for Credentialing Agencies (NCCA).
The ASHA CCC is maintained by (1) paying annual dues and/or fees, (2) earning and reporting 30 professional development hours (PDHs) every three years, and (3) abiding by the ASHA Code of Ethics.
Individuals who hold the CCC-A have successfully met the audiology standards in effect at the time of their application and have completed the certification requirements, which included completion of the requisite academic course work and clinical practicum and passing the Praxis Examination in Audiology administered by the Educational Testing Service (ETS).
Individuals certified prior to ASHA’s 2007 audiology standards would have completed a Clinical Fellowship (CF) experience and been supervised by an individual who held the CCC-A. Individuals certified under ASHA’s 2007 (or later) audiology standards were not required to complete a CF experience for certification.

Beth Cegavske
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Clinical Instruction, Supervision or Clinical Fellowship Mentor

Beth Cegavske has not yet met the 2020 ASHA certification standards for providing clinical instruction and supervision to individuals preparing for ASHA certification.

For more information, please read more about the 2020 Certification Ethics and Supervision requirements.

About ASHA Certification

ASHA certification must be renewed on a yearly basis through payment of annual dues and/or fees. There also is an additional maintenance requirement for completion of 30 hours of professional development activities every three years.

ASHA does not issue certification numbers. Additionally, ASHA does not maintain copies of application materials submitted for certification once certification has been awarded.

ASHA does not maintain original/paper copies of certification applications and supporting documents after certification has been awarded. ASHA retains digital copies of certification applications and supporting documents for 10 years, and ETS retains PRAXIS results for 10 years.

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