2022 Continuing Education Information

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Continuing Education Credits are earned by your participation in a short course, seminar, discussion forum, SIRCA, research presentation, poster presentation, instructional/technical session or workshop. Continuing education hours can be earned for state licensure, early intervention credentials, ISBE or for ASHA’s Clinical Competence Certificate. The 2022 ISHA Annual Hybrid Convention is offered in 2 courses:


1.     ISHA Annual Convention In-Person Conference

In-Person sessions February 11 - 12, 2022 offers up to 16.5 hours of continuing education.

1.65 ASHA CEUs


2.     ISHA Annual Convention On-Demand Conference

On Demand sessions offered February 14 - 28, 2022 offers up to 39.5 hours of continuing education.

Participants will not be able to count CEUs for previous sessions attended. The online CE registry will prevent participants from counting a session more than once for continuing education credit.

3.95 ASHA CEUs



All participants who want documentation of continuing education earned at the ISHA convention should register their hours via the online CE Registry.

All attendees present for the In-Person Conference will have the option to register their hours via the computers at the CEU desk OR via the Online Continuing Education Registry link shown below (You DO NOT have to do both - the computers at the CEU desk and the Online Continuing Education Registry are linked to the same system). All attendees participating in the On-Demand/Virtual Conference should register their hours via the Online Continuing Education Registry link shown below. Registrants who attend BOTH the In-Person and On-Demand/Virtual Conferences should log their hours under the same account in the Online Continuing Education Registry.

Continuing education hours for the following should all be documented through the CE Registry:

  • ISBE Professional Development Hours (PDH) to maintain Educator Licensure
    • Document hours through the registry, keep verification for your reference
    • Click here for ISBE documentation – keep for your records
    • NOTE - If you experience issues when entering your hours into ELIS, click "Add Provider" and enter Illinois Speech-Language-Hearing Association manually. After entering your hours you will be asked for a "RCTD" code. ISHA's code is 65-108-2030-51-0000 (enter code without the dashes). The Firefox web browser is recommended. ISBE cannot gaurentee that other web browsers will work. CLICK HERE to download Firefox. 
  • IDFPR continuing education hours to maintain state licensure
    • Document hours through the registry, keep verification form for your reference
  • Early Intervention continuing education to maintain credentials
  • ASHA CEUs to maintain Clinical Competence Certificate
    • Document hours through the online registry, choose “submit hours to ASHA,” enter ASHA number in online registry
    • Keep verification form for your reference
    • You will earn .05 Continuing Education Units for every half hour you spend in one of the above activities (11.5 hours = 1.15 ASHA CEUs).
    • Please refer to the ASHA website at this direct link for information on who is eligible for ASHA CEUs.  https://www.asha.org/CE/CEUs/Eligibility-to-earn-ASHA-CEUs/.


Access the Online Continuing Education Registry here = Link will be posted on February 11, 2022

Hours can be entered in the online system as you complete them or at the end of convention. All participants who enter hours into the online CE registry will receive a verification of their hours via email and will also have the option to print the verification form. Everyone should keep the verification of attendance form for their records.

The Online CE Registry will close on March 15, 2022

Presentation of course content, specific products or clinical procedures at convention does not imply endorsement by ISHA.

The Illinois Speech-Language-Hearing Association requires that all individuals involved in developing and delivering course content to be offered for ASHA CEUs disclose relevant financial and nonfinancial relationship(s).