CEUs at ATIA 2019

Complete your professional development requirements with continuing education units (CEUs) as part of the ATIA Conference program. ATIA 2019 is planning to offer four different CEUs. Specific hours and details of selected sessions awarded by providers to come in November. In general, CEUs are offered for 14-16 CEUs hours for education sessions during the conference, and an additional 7 CEU hours for each day of pre-conference seminars. Once credits are awarded, you can search session eligibility in the mobile app or online session directory.

The conference opens on the evening of Wednesday, January 30, and closes on Saturday, February 2, 2019. Pre-conferences are held before the conference on Tuesday, January 29 — Wednesday, January 30, 2019.

General International Association for Continuing Education and training (IACET) CEUs

IACET CEUs are included in the education registration fee and may be submitted toward CPDUs. IACET CEUs may be applied for online after the conference is completed. IACET CEUs are offered for all sessions and may be submitted toward CPDUs. These CEUs are provided through ATIA, an accredited IACET provider.

Verify ATIA’s IACET Accreditation.

IACET certificate

A link with an online IACET CEUs Application form will be provided on the opening day of the conference.  You will be required to complete a learning evaluation and mark all sessions that you attended. The learning evaluation is based on the learning objectives of the ATIA 2019 Conference. Certificates will be distributed by ATIA staff via e-mail within 2 -3 weeks of receiving a completed application.

As a result of attending the ATIA 2019 Conference, participants will be able to:

  • Identify one or more assistive technology tools or devices and the companies they are available from.
  • Identify one or more assistive technology products that meet his or her own needs or the needs of clients or students.
  • Identify one or more best practices or implementation strategies for assistive technology that best meet the needs of their environment (school, home, work or in the community).
  • Describe one or more ways to implement AT for individual use or for use by a student or client.
  • Learn tips and tricks from networking with speakers and fellow attendees.

CEU requests for previous ATIA conferences should be directed to ceus@atia.org. All ATIA 2019 CEU requests must be submitted within one (1) month (March 2, 2019) of the final day of the ATIA 2019 conference.

Specialist CEUs

Academy for Certification of Vision Rehabilitation & Education Professionals (ACVREP) CEUs will be  included in the education registration fee and may be submitted to ACVREP. These CEUs are provided for sessions in the Vision and Hearing Technology strand and other select sessions. Application forms will be available at the conference at the Information Desk. ACVREP CEUs are approved and authorized by ATIA, an ACVREP RPPLE Category 1 provider.

American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) CEUs are available for select sessions from  ATIA, an AOTA-approved provider of continuing education. AOTA CEUs are provided to registered attendees for a $15 fee. The assignment of AOTA CEUs does not imply endorsement of specific course content, products or clinical procedures by AOTA. Application forms will be available at the conference at the Information Desk or online at a link to be provided on the opening day of the conference. 

AOTA Classification Codes for CE Activities for ATIA 2019

Category 1: Domain of OT: Content and Environment
Category 2: Occupational Therapy Process: Intervention
Category 3: Professional Issues: Contemporary Issues and Trends

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) CEUs will be included in the education registration fee. These CEUs will be provided for reviewed sessions by an ASHA CE Provider. Application forms will be available at the conference at the Information Desk.


*CEUs earned are subject to individual CEU provider guidelines. Continuing education may be a requirement for maintenance of professional licensure, professional credentials or certification, or employment. The standard measure of continuing education is the CEU. One CEU is the equivalent of 10 hours of instruction. The minimum measure generally recognized is 0.1 CEU (one hour of instruction), and hours of education are rounded to the nearest tenth of a CEU.

CE providers may have different guidelines on recognizing eligible CEU hours. Please check with the CEU application form for specific details on the number of hours available.

Questions? Contact the ATIA CEU Team at ceus@atia.org

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