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Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
Preceptors and Clinical Education
The UMD Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders is grateful for the ongoing support of the many ASHA-certified speech-language pathologists who serve as preceptors to our graduate students.
The Preceptor Handbook provides information to support off-campus internships.
Criteria to Supervise Interns
To be a preceptor, 2020 ASHA certification standards require that the professional providing supervision must meet the following criteria:
- The SLP must hold a current certificate of clinical competence from ASHA. The SLP must have held the CCC for at least nine months prior to supervising their first intern.
- The SLP must hold any state credentials required for the setting in which they practice.
- The SLP must have completed a minimum of 2 hours of continuing education in supervision.
Free Continuing Education in Supervision!
ASHA currently is offering free CEs in clinical supervision.
As a member of the Council of Accredited Programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders (CAPCSD), the CSD Department is pleased to offer access to CAPCSD courses on clinical supervision. Currently there are two courses, each consisting of five modules. Individuals may complete as many modules as they choose, and earn ASHA or AAA continuing education credit.
ASHA also provides a number of resources on clinical supervision.
For further information, contact Lynette Carlson, Clinic Director, at 218-726-6151 or firstname.lastname@example.org.