The American Board of Audiology (ABA) is extending opportunities for recent audiology graduates to display their expertise through the ABA certified credential. ABA certification testifies to your expertise in audiology and demonstrates to your colleagues, other healthcare providers, patients, and employers that you have acquired a high level of knowledge and experience in the field of audiology.
Earn your ABA Certified credential to jump-start your career. Candidates who provide evidence of a doctoral degree in audiology may apply for certification for $110 within twelve (12) months of graduation date.
Join the elite group of professionals who can display their knowledge and expertise with their colleagues, peers, and the community, become ABA-certified today!
ABA Certificate Holder-Audiology Preceptor (CH-AP) Training Program
Did you know that Audiology Preceptors are responsible for more than ¼ of an audiology student’s educational experience?
To ensure the quality and scope of clinical education that students receive from preceptors, the ABA launched the Certificate Holder – Audiology Preceptor (CH-AP)™ Training Program. To learn more about this new certificate, and to take advantage of huge discounted pricing for AuD students, view the ABA PowerPoint presentation that was developed just for AuD students.
The CH-AP program consists of four training modules:
- Module 1 – Role of the Preceptor in a Clinical Environment (2 hours)
- Module 2 – Clinical Dynamics – Assessment & Performance (2 hours)
- Module 3 – Creating Effective Learning Programs (2 hours)
- Module 4 – Legal, Ethical, and Professional Considerations (2 hours)
Pediatric Audiology Specialty Certification (PASC)
Obtaining a Pediatric Audiology Specialty Certification means that an audiologist has acquired specialized knowledge in the field of pediatric audiology and has demonstrated a high level of knowledge in this specialty area. Specialty certification is voluntary and is not tied to any other certification. Specialty certification is offered by the ABA without requirement for membership in any professional organization. Specialty certification may be obtained independent of any other certification.