Speech Language Pathologist 

General: 18 hours, clinically related
General: 10 hours, non-clinically related
All 28 General hours can be clinically related
Medical Errors: 2 hours, must be Board approved

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Speech Language Pathology Assistant

General: 18 hours, clinically related
Medical Errors: 2 hours, must be Board approved

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Audiologist 

General: 18 hours, clinically related
General: 10 hours, non-clinically related
All 28 General hours can be clinically related
Medical Errors: 2 hours, must be board approved

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Audiologist Assistant 

General: 18 hours, clinically related
Medical Errors: 2 hours, must be board approved

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Did you know?

Speech Language Pathologists and Audiologists renewing a license for the first time, who were initially licensed after July 1 of an odd year, are exempt from CE requirements.

Speech Language Pathologists and Audiologists renewing a license for the first time, who were initially licensed between January 1 and June 30 of an odd year, are required to complete 18 clinically related hours and 2 hours in Medical Errors.

Speech Language Pathologists and Audiologists renewing a license for the first time, who were initially licensed between January 1 and December 31 of an even year, are required to complete 30 credit hours, 18 of which shall be clinically related, 10 non-clinical hours and 2 hours in Medical Errors.

Your requirements may differ based on how long you have been licensed, license status, exceptions, etc.

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