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CE Reporting information


**Complete by Wednesday, March 1, 2023**

1. On February 11, 2023, you will receive an email with a link to the 2023 SHAA Convention Survey and electronic CE Reporting form. The reporting period will remain open from February 11-March 1, 2023 at midnight.

2. Complete the “2023 SHAA Convention Survey and CE Reporting.”

3. When you click “Submit,” you will be taken to the forms to report your CE time and request that your hours be sent to the AAA CE Registry and/or ASHA CE Registry. If you want your CE time reported to ASHA and AAA, you will need to submit both the ASHA and AAA electronic reporting forms.

4. You will need to indicate which sessions you attended LIVE and which you attended Virtually. You may not gain CE credit for attending the same session twice. It will be helpful for you to have your Attendance Grid in hand when completing your electronic CE reporting.

5. You will have one opportunity to submit a CE Reporting form. Please do not submit your CE Reporting form until you have completed all live and virtual sessions that you plan to participate in.

6. If your CE time is not reported by March 1, 2023 at midnight, SHAA will not be able to assist you in reporting your participation to ASHA or AAA.

7. Once you submit your survey/CE reporting form(s), a CE Certificate will be generated for your record and will be emailed to you. The certificate is generated through JotForm so be sure to check your spam box.

If a participant misses the reporting deadline set by SHAA, the participant will need to submit an appeal so that the CEU’s appear on their ASHA CE Registry. The process for submitting an ASHA appeal is detailed below:

  • Submit an appeal to ASHA using this link: ASHA Participant Appeal Form (https://www.asha.org/Form/Participant-Appeal/)
  • If you have questions about this process, you should contact ASHA directly at ashaprofdev@asha.org or call 301-296-8591.
  • The ASHA CE Frequently Asked Questions may also help to answer any questions you may have about reporting your CEU’s. https://www.asha.org/CE/faqs/Continuing-Education-Frequently-Asked-Questions/

NOTES RE: ABESPA REQUIREMENTS: • ABESPA Continuing Education Rules may be found here: http://www.abespa.alabama.gov/conted.aspx

  • ABESPA requires 12 hours of continuing education each year. Up to 120 minutes of Content Area II is allowed to count toward Alabama licensure renewal. Content I is content which improves the professional competency of the licensee in the area of licensure. Content II is content which must be related to the professional competency of Speech-Language Pathology and/or Audiology.
  • Content II Sessions are indicated next to appropriate sessions on your Attendance Grid. Remember, when you report to ABESPA for license renewal you will need to list your CONTENT II minutes separately. Your Attendance Grid will serve as your record for CONTENT I vs. CONTENT II sessions attended.

NOTES RE: ASHA REQUIREMENTS:
  • ASHA requires one hour of ethics training per three-year interval. ABESPA recommends, but does not require, ethics training.
  • ASHA requires every CCC-SLP who supervises or intends to supervise any graduate student or clinical fellow to accrue two hours of supervision/clinical instruction training once in his or her career.
  • Beginning with certificate holders in the January 1, 2023–December 31, 2025, certification maintenance interval, ASHA requires two hours of professional development in cultural competency, cultural humility, culturally responsive practice, or diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI).

NOTES RE: AAA REQUIREMENTS:

  • Sessions approved by AAA are indicated next to appropriate sessions.
  • If you would like your CE time reported to AAA, you will need to complete the AAA electronic CE Reporting form. This is separate from the ASHA CE Reporting form.

GENERAL NOTES:

  • Student track sessions may be attended by all, but are not available for CE credit.
  • CE Time must be reported by March 1, 2023, at Midnight using the electronic reporting information detailed above.
  • The only way to receive an attendance certificate and have your CE time reported to ASHA/AAA is to complete the electronic reporting process detailed above.
CE Reporting FAQ’S

What are the steps to report Continuing Education time from the SHAA Convention?

1. On February 11, 2023, you will receive an email with a link to the 2023 SHAA Convention Survey and electronic CE Reporting form. The reporting period will be open from February 11-March 1, 2023, at midnight.

2. Complete the “2023 SHAA Convention Survey and CE Reporting.”

3. When you click “Submit,” you will be taken to the forms to report your CE time and request that your hours be sent to the AAA CE Registry and/or ASHA CE Registry. If you want your CE time reported to ASHA and AAA, you will need to submit both the ASHA and AAA electronic reporting forms.

4. You will need to indicate which sessions you attended LIVE and which you attended Virtually. You may not gain CE credit for attending the same session twice. It will be helpful for you to have your Attendance Grid in hand when completing your electronic CE reporting.

5. You will have one opportunity to submit a CE Reporting form. Please do not submit your CE Reporting form until you have completed all live and virtual sessions that you plan to participate in.

6. If your CE time is not reported by March 1, 2023, at midnight, SHAA will not be able to assist you in reporting your participation to ASHA or AAA.

7. Once you submit your survey/CE reporting form(s), a CE Certificate will be generated for your record and will be emailed to you. The certificate is generated through JotForm so be sure to check your spam box.

I would like for SHAA to report my CEU’s to ASHA and AAA so they appear on my CE Registry, what should I do?

SHAA is grateful for the opportunity to serve its members as an ASHA and AAA Continuing Education Provider. Part of SHAA’s responsibility as a CE Provider is to report participation in continuing education events in a timely manner. ASHA and AAA hold SHAA to reasonable and necessary reporting deadlines. If you would like SHAA to report your attendance at the annual SHAA convention you will need to complete the reporting process no later than March 1, 2023.

How do I ensure my CEU’s get reported to the ASHA CE Registry or the AAA CE Registry?

Follow the steps detailed above for reporting Continuing Education time from the SHAA Convention.

If I do not utilize the ASHA CE Registry, but I still want my hours to count towards my ASHA Cs, do I have to report my attendance to SHAA?

Yes, because, when self-reporting hours to ASHA, you’ll need to be prepared to show proof of attendance (in case of audit). Reporting your time through the SHAA website is the way to receive an Attendance Certificate. The Certificate will show the number of hours and will serve as your proof, both in case of audit AND for licensure purposes (e.g., through ABESPA). To receive an Attendance Certificate, you must report your CE time to SHAA using the steps above no later than March 1, 2023.

When may I begin reporting my CEU time to SHAA?

You may report your attendance/CEU time between February 11 and March 1, 2023. You will receive an email from SHAA on February 11 with an electronic link to the 2023 Convention Survey and CE Reporting Form.

If I watch the recorded sessions after convention has ended through the CELL Library will SHAA report my CEU’s to ASHA/AAA?

No, SHAA will only report your CEU’s to ASHA/AAA if you earned them during the convention period of February 9-28, 2023 and completed your CE Reporting by the March 1, 2023 deadline. The CELL Library does not report CEU’s to ASHA/AAA. All CEU’s earned through the CELL Library must be self-reported directly to ASHA/AAA.

What if I submit my CEU’s to SHAA after the March 1, 2023 deadline?

You will not have access to SHAA CE reporting links after March 1, 2023 at midnight. SHAA will not be able to submit your hours to ASHA or AAA on your behalf due to reporting deadlines that ASHA/AAA holds SHAA accountable for. If you would like your CEU’s to appear on your ASHA or AAA CE Registry and you did not meet the March 1 deadline for reporting to SHAA: · Submit an appeal to ASHA using this link: (https://www.asha.org/Form/Participant-Appeal/) · If you have questions about this process, you should contact ASHA directly at ashaprofdev@asha.org or call 301-296-8591 or AAA at infoAud@audiology.org or 800-222-2336.

· The ASHA CE Frequently Asked Questions may also help to answer any questions you may have about reporting your CEU’s. https://www.asha.org/CE/faqs/Continuing-Education-Frequently-Asked-Questions/

Once I finish consuming all of the sessions offered through the SHAA Convention will my attendance automatically be submitted to ASHA/AAA?

No, you must report your attendance through the steps above by March 1, 2023.

If I forget to report my CEU’s through SHAA by the March 1, 2023, deadline, will there be a grace period in which SHAA will be able to help me submit my CEU’s to ASHA?

No, any participant who does not submit their attendance to SHAA by March 1, 2023, will have to utilize the appeal process through ASHA if they want their CEU time reported.

Will I receive a Certificate of Attendance from SHAA for participation in the annual Convention?

Yes, you will receive a Certificate of Attendance from SHAA by email if you submit your CEU time by the March 1, 2023, deadline. The certificate is generated through JotForm so be sure to check your spam box.

If I do not utilize the ASHA CE Registry, do I have to report my attendance to SHAA?

If you would like to receive a Certificate of Attendance for your participation in the SHAA Convention you must report your CEU time to SHAA utilizing the steps above by March 1, 2023. If you are not a member of the ASHA CE Registry, you will only receive a Certificate of Attendance from SHAA, and your CEU time will not be submitted to ASHA. You will self-report your time to ASHA.

Is there a difference in reporting for recorded sessions versus live sessions?

No, you will utilize the process above to report your completion of CE time. You will indicate during the reporting process if you participated in the event live or virtually.

Do I have to take an assessment/complete an additional form when reporting my hours?

When you receive the email on February 11 to complete the “2023 SHAA Convention Survey” you will click to complete the survey, then you will be directed to the ASHA CE Reporting form and the AAA CE Reporting form. This form will require you to indicate if you attended a session live, virtually, or did not attend for general convention sessions, the ethics sessions, the clinical supervision session, and the DEI sessions. You will be prompted to complete a learner assessment as a part of your CE reporting.


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