The International Dyslexia Association is proud to be able to offer continuing education credits at the 2016 Reading, Literacy & Learning Conference. Please scroll down to view the different types of credits that will be offered and how to obtain these credits.
Certificates of attendance will be available in each attendee’s registration packet upon check-in at the conference and will also be emailed to attendees following the conference.
Please contact your employer or agency PRIOR to attending the conference to determine what is required for you to obtain credit hours.
Virginia Commonwealth University CEUs
For professionals in education, psychology, counseling, and other areas, CEUs will be available through Virginia Commonwealth University. Although not equivalent to VCU undergraduate or graduate credits, CEUs are recorded on a VCU certificate and a transcript that can be obtained without charge as often as requested. CEUs are accepted by many state agencies and professional organizations as evidence of contact or clock hours toward certificate renewal.
Individuals should contact their employers and agencies prior to coming to the conference to determine whether CEUs are applicable to their specific situation.
One CEU is defined as ten (10) contact hours. It is possible to earn a total of 2.5 CEUs by attending all conference sessions, Wednesday through Saturday. CEUs can be earned for one to four days, but not for partial-day attendance. A one-time processing fee of $30 (credit and personal check accepted) will be charged regardless of the number of CEUs earned.
American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA)
This program offers a maximum of 2.5 CEUs (various levels; professional area). IDA is approved by the Continuing Education Board of ASHA to provide continuing-education activities in speech-language pathology and audiology. ASHA CE Provider approval does not imply endorsement of course content, specific products, or clinical procedures.
Questions about ASHA CEUs should be directed to the Conference Department (email@example.com).
ALTA members may use the generic certificate of attendance they receive with their registration materials for continuing-education credit. Questions about continuing-education credit should be directed to the ALTA national headquarters (firstname.lastname@example.org). Visit www.altaread.org for more information about ALTA.
Graduates of IMSLEC-accredited training courses may use the generic certificate of attendance provided by IDA. Questions about continuing-education credits may be directed to IMSLEC by emailing email@example.com. More information about IMSLEC can be found by visiting www.imslec.org.