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Continuing EducationCourses & Webinars

Speech and Hearing BC does not endorse these links.

Each hour of educational content is equal to 1 Continuing Education Unit (CEU).   There are no limits on CEU hours counted for SLP/Audiology seminars organized by an agency, professional association, or university. Please ensure that you maintain complete records of all your continuing education hours in case you are audited.

Autism Internet Modules (AIM): AIM “is designed to provide high-quality information and professional development for anyone who supports, instructs, works with, or lives with someone with autism. Each module guides you through case studies, instructional videos, pre- and post-assessments, a glossary, and much more. AIM modules are available at no cost. If you would like to receive credit for your time on AIM, certificate and credit options are available for a fee.”

Clinical Education and Teaching Skills provide self-led modules (each hour of self study is 1 CE).

Hanen Centre Online Learning (see member benefits to obtain discount)

Linguisystems resources provides online courses and DVDs for groups.

San’yas Indigenous Cultural Safety Training – Provincial Health Services Authority in BC

Special Education Technology British Columbia Learning Resources hosts a wide range of resource materials and webcasts on wide range of topics including Autism and AAC.

Super Duper Publications offers live and recorded webinars.

Sunnyhill Telehealth hosts Tele-CDR (Child Development & Rehabilitation) educational sessions on the third Thursday of each month. Sessions cover a wide variety of topics specific to development and rehabilitation.

SLP Resources for Purchase

Advanced Healthcare Education offers 12 months of video streaming or individual courses in continuing education.

Apraxia Kids

ASHA Continuing Education

Clinician’s view provides online courses, seminars and clinical resources.

Northern Speech Services Webinars

Online CEUs for SLPs and Audiologists

SpeechPathology.com provides a variety of e-learning opportunities – online courses and articles:

Speech Language and Audiology Canada Professional Development

Therapy BC - Register for Clinicians Update

Audiology Free

ASHA Continuing Education

Clinical Education and Teaching Skills self-led modules

Evoked Potential Audiometry-Tips for clinicians: This website, hosted by the UBC Human Auditory Physiology Laboratory (HAPLAB) provides answers to frequently asked questions about audiological testing and published papers on audiology.

Audiology Purchase

American Academy of Audiology, eAudiology web seminars This link provides information about accessing the web seminars.

AudiologyOnline

CAA – see Webinars

Speech Language and Audiology Canada Professional Development

Other ways to earn CEUs include: