An Online Learning Platform that Works for You.
eAudiology is the Academy’s online learning platform offering live and on-demand web seminars, certificate programs, journal, and ethics-based opportunities, and more.
A well-trained preceptor is essential to helping students become practice-ready clinicians, prepared with the technical and professional skills they’ll need to be successful; the CH-AP program is designed to do that for current and future audiologists.
CH-AP Development-Level Underwriter: Starkey Hearing Technologies. CH-AP Module-Level Supporters: Sprint CapTel and Audigy Group
The program reflects the current evidence and experience of a diverse group of experts in the field and offers practical information to integrate into a variety of practice settings.
Over 200 hours of online CEUs are available. Academy members have the opportunity to purchase the 2022 All-Inclusive Web Seminar Package, which allows them access to all LIVE and ON-DEMAND web seminars for an all-inclusive price of $109.
- On-Demand Web Seminars
- Upcoming Live Web Seminars
- Tier-1 Web Seminars (over 70 hours of Tier 1 CEUs are available)
- Recorded sessions from the AAA Annual Conference
Other CEU Opportunities
About the Book and CEU Program
You are able to earn CEUs from Counseling-Infused Audiologic Care by John Greer Clark and Kristina M. English. Founded on evidence-based practice and replete with instructive vignettes this book provides a hands-on, practical guide to a patient-centered approach to audiologic treatment. The chapters and appendices are grouped into five modules totaling 7.5 hours or .75 CEUs. Modules are worth 0.1 to 0.2 CEUs and may be taken together or individually.
For each annual volume of JAAA, there will be at least eight learning assessments available. Each assessment is worth 0.2 AAA/Tier 1 CEUs. To participate in the program you must be a member of the Academy and register for the JAAA CEU program.
Ethics in Audiology (2012) was written to meet the growing need for practical advice on common ethical issues faced by audiologists. Whether you own or work in an audiology practice, conduct research, teach students, or are studying to become an audiologist, you are likely to encounter ethical dilemmas that are difficult to reason through on your own. You are able to earn CEUs from Ethics in Audiology.