Continuing Education Ethics

Resources for Ethics Requirement:

Licensed audiologists, hearing aid fitters, and speech-language pathologists must complete 20 clock hours of continuing education with at least two clock hours related to ethics every two years prior to the end of the practice biennium. Licensees may find appropriate ethics related programs from the following resources. For additional information about specific ethics related programs, licensees should contact the continuing education sponsor directly.


Note: The Board is providing the information below as a resource to assist licensees with identifying ethics related continuing education (CE) hours for their CE requirement. The Board is not affiliated in any way with the entities listed below. It is the licensee's responsibility to contact the CE provider directly to verify the content of the course, any fee, and how to register. The information on this list is not an endorsement or guarantee by the Board of the product, services, or claims made or offered by that organization.  The information on this list is subject to change without the Board's knowledge or control. Please report broken links to the board office at:, as well as any requests to add a CE provider to the list below.

Information in this list should not be construed as an endorsement by the Board. This list is not intended to be all inclusive, and the resources below represent just a few of the many ways licensees can obtain continuing education related to ethics.  For additional information about the continuing education requirement, please review the Board's rules on continuing education under Ohio Administrative Code section 4747-1-11 for hearing aid fitters and OAC section 4753-4-01 for audiologists and speech-language pathologists.

Additional Resources

  • Ohio Speech and Hearing Professionals Board ethics presentation at the OSLHA, OAA, and OSSPEAC conventions
  • Contact these entities directly for information regarding their conferences
  • Employers may offer ethics training opportunities
    • Ask your employer about sponsoring a professional development activity related to ethics
  • Any CE approved in related disciplines by any licensure board of the state of Ohio or any other state
    • Ohio Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, and Athletic Trainers Board requires licensed occupational therapists to complete 1 hour in ethics-
    • Ohio Counselor, Social Worker and Marriage and Family Therapist Board requires licensees to complete 3 hours in ethics -
    • Other States - Contact the following state regulatory boards to verify their approval of any continuing education programs related to ethics.
      • Wisconsin Board of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology requires licensees to complete 2 hours in ethics -
      • Texas Board of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology requires licensees to complete 2 hours in ethics -
      • Kentucky Board of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology requires licensees to complete 2 hours in ethics -