Online Ethics Course
This course presents the ethical issues information covered by the Code of Ethics from the Texas State Board of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology.
Ethical practice requires a knowledge and understanding of the principles of professional ethics and use of a systematic approach in applying those principles to ethical situations. This course will provide a necessary ethical framework to analyze hypothetical situations and determine the best ethical response.
TSHA members $40.00
If you've already purchased this course, click here to access. You will have 30 days from purchase date to complete the course.
The SLP-Assistants Guide is an online CE opportunity designed to enhance the knowledge, skills and competencies of SLP-Assistants. Participants can receive up to 9.5 CEs for completion of six modules. These SLP CEUs (SLP Continuing Education Units) are free of charge to current TSHA members. Non-members will pay a $20 fee per module for CEs.
TSHA has partnered with Education Service Center SLP Coordinators, the Texas Council of Administrators of Special Education and Region 13 Education Service Center to develop and produce six modules that cover everything from licensure rules to articulation and language therapy. This collaborative effort was supported and partially funded by grants from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. The Guide is intended for SLP-Assistants working in any setting, both new and experienced, as well their supervisors. Experienced Speech-Language Pathologists may also find the Guide helpful since the information provided is up to date and based on current research and methodologies. Two additional modules are currently in development.
In 2000, a TSHA Task Force was created to develop eligibility guidelines for speech impairment in the four areas recognized in the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) – articulation, language, voice, and fluency. Since that time, guidelines for Language with Other Disabilities and a Cultural and Linguistic Diversity (CLD) Companion to the Articulation Eligibility Guidelines has been completed. Training on the guidelines has previously only been available through the regional Education Service Centers in Texas and at TSHA Convention.
How to Apply for CE Credit
To receive CE credit
- Complete online courses
- Go To: My Registry
- Select “Add TSHA Course” under TSHA Sponsored Online Courses section
- Select Course or Enter Course ID
- Complete Course Evaluation
Note: You will need to enter the Verification Code which was provided at the end of the course.
- Once complete, hours will be reflected on your registry.
- To print your certificate of completion simply click on the PDF icon.
Please click the link below if you need to print a certificate for an e-learning course. You will have to create a guest account to access the TSHA Continuing Education system.
Cost to take Online TSHA Course
SLP Assistant Guides & SI Eligibility Guidelines
TSHA members receive CE credit and certificate at no cost.
Non-Members will need to pay $20 before the CE certificate will be sent.
Checks are payable to TSHA and should be mailed to:
2025 M Street NW Suite 800
Washington, DC 20036
Credit card payments can be made online at the time course completion is entered.