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e-Certificates of Attendance for Continuing Education

The International Hearing Society (IHS) sends all continuing education certificates in a PDF format that will be emailed to course attendees after the event. IHS does not send hard copy certificates.

Missing or have not received your e-certificate from a course you attended? Submit the Certificate Request Form! 

Already submitted the form but don’t see your certificate? Check your spam/junk folder for communication from professionaldevelopment@ihsinfo.org

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Official IHS Continuing Education Transcript

Free for IHS Members and $25 for non-members, keep track of all of your continuing education credits by requesting a transcript. Interested in becoming a member? Join here!

Complete the CE Transcript Request Form with your information and chosen time frame. Requests are filled on a weekly basis.


Opportunities to Earn Continuing Education Credits


IHS Annual Convention & Expo
IHS Webinars


AudiologyOnline



Is your continuing education IHS-approved?
All education is not created equal. Make sure your continuing education is IHS-approved and know that you’re doing the most for your career and your patients.
The benefits of IHS course approval include:
  • Recognition by most states and provinces as a trusted accreditation.
  • Recognition by the National Board for Certification in Hearing Instrument Sciences (NBC-HIS).
  • Courses are vetted to meet IHS’ approved categories of instruction for hearing aid specialists.
  • Course providers are held to high standards for instructor qualifications, learning objectives, instructional level, adherence to best practices, and more.

Next time you’re choosing a course, look for the IHS “Approved Continuing Education” stamp to be sure your course is IHS‑approved!