IHS CONTINUING EDUCATION CERTIFICATE
As of 2017, IHS issues continuing education certificates via email. In early October, you will receive an email message with an e-certificate attached.
Please remember that each state/province has different requirements and rules. Please check with your local licensing agency for further information.
- Alabama: Here is a link to the state board’s required CE information.
- California: IHS applied to the California Speech-Language Pathology & Audiology & Hearing Aid Dispensers Board. This is the California-approved list of convention activities for continuing education. The board did not approve this list and will not approve the seminar titled, “Counseling your Tinnitus Patients with Hearing Aids”.
- Delaware: If necessary, IHS will apply to the Board of SLP, Audiology and Hearing Aid Dispensers. If you are from Delaware, please let us know firstname.lastname@example.org
- Florida: The International Hearing Society is an approved provider of the Florida Board of Hearing Aid Specialists. The Florida CE hours will be reported directly into CE Broker for attendees from Florida.
- The seminar on infection control qualifies for 1 hour of the “Mandatory Hours” per biennium as required by the Florida Board of Hearing Aid Specialists on prevention of medical errors.
- Georgia: The seminar on ethical dilemmas fulfills 1 hour of the annual biennium 2 hour requirement by the Georgia Board of Hearing Aid Dealers and Dispensers. Many of the other seminars apply to the face-to-face requirement for the medical area and patient management.
- Illinois: The seminar on ethical dilemmas fulfills 1 hour of the continuing education requirement by the State of Illinois of a minimum of 2 hours per licensing period on laws and ethics.
- Indiana: The IHS Certificate of Completion is proof of credit earned. Click here for more information.
- Iowa: The IHS Certificate of Completion is proof of credit earned. Click here for more information.
- Minnesota: Visit the Department of Health’s website for more information. Click here.
- North Carolina: Please use this NC form to report to the NC State Hearing Aid Dealers and Fitters Board.
- New York: Contact the Hearing Healthcare Alliance of New York after the convention. Here is a link to NYS
- Ohio: The ethical dilemma seminar fulfills the 1 hour of continuing education as required by the Ohio Speech and Hearing Professionals Board. Click here for additional continuing education information.
- Oregon: The seminar on infection control fulfills 1 hour of the 2 hours required by the OR Advisory Council on Hearing Aids.
- Ontario, Canada: The 67th Annual IHS Convention & Expo is approved by the Association of Hearing Instrument Practitioners of Ontario (AHIP). The IHS Certificate of Completion is proof of CE credit earned.
- South Carolina: The IHS Certificate of Completion is proof of credit earned.
- Texas: IHS is approved by TDLR. The IHS Certificate of Completion is proof of CE credit earned. IHS qualifies as a non-manufacturer continuing education provider.
- Washington: The seminar on infection control fulfills 1 hour of the continuing education requirement of the Washington State Board of Hearing and Speech.
- Wisconsin: The seminar on ethical dilemmas fulfills 1 or the 2 hours of continuing education on ethics as required by the State of Wisconsin. Click here for more information.
◊ If you require INFECTION CONTROL/MEDICAL ERRORS, don’t miss the “Common Workplace Safety Issues” seminar on Friday afternoon (4:00PM – 5:00PM) presented by Kathryn Moghadas
◊ If you require ETHICS training, don’t miss “Ethical Dilemmas of Harassment in the Workplace” on Saturday 11:30am -12:30pm.