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Indiana SLP Continuing Education

How many continuing education hours are required during a reporting period?

Speech-Language Pathologists: Thirty-six (36) clock hours of continuing education.

New Licensees: A licensee is not required to complete continuing education requirements for the year in which the initial license is issued.

SLP Assistants:

How long is the reporting period?

Two (2) years.

Due Date

December 31 odd-numbered years.

How is credit hour defined?


Can CE credits be carried over into the next reporting period?

Continuing education clock hours must be obtained within the biennial renewal period and may not be carried over from

one (1) licensure period to another.

Are there any specific courses that must be taken?


What types of activities can be used for the continuing education requirements?

The continuing education requirement may be satisfied by participating in the following activities:

(1) Educational programs presented by state scientific and professional organizations.

(2) University courses taken beyond those required for initial licensure if the course content pertains to the practice of speech-language pathology or audiology.

(3) Lectures or workshops, live or telecast, if the educational program is relevant to the practice of speech-language pathology or audiology.

(4) Self-study, including:

    • Journals and books;
    • Audio tapes;
    • Films and video tapes;
    • Visits to facilities;
    • Meetings with other professionals; and
    • Writing articles for publication.
    • However, the learning experiences derived from activates above must pertain to the practice of speech-language pathology or audiology and

Are there limitations on the types of courses that can be taken?

No more than six (6) hours of the continuing education requirement may be acquired through self-study.

What type of courses or activities are not allowed?


What type of approval is needed for the courses?


What are the reporting requirements?

A licensee must confirm the continuing education at the time of license renewal on a form provided by the licensing agency.

How long must continuing education records be retained?

Four (4) years.






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