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Application Wizard - Audiologist

Please choose one of the following:

I am applying for a provisional license as a new graduate.

I am applying for an initial license and never have been licensed in another state.

I am applying for a license and have been licensed in another state.

I am already licensed as a Provisional Audiologist in Virginia and want to obtain a full license.

I want to reinstate my previously held Virginia audiology license.

I currently hold an Inactive license and wish to make it active again.

   

Provisional  

You may qualify for a Provisional license. Please download the Checklist and application for a Provisional Audiologist License. This is for new graduates only.

Full License  

Please complete the Checklist and application for a full Audiologist license

 

 

 

Endorsement

I have a current ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence or certification by the American Board of Audiology.

I do not have a current ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence or certification by the American Board of Audiology.

   

You may qualify for licensure by Endorsement.

Follow instructions for License by Endorsement: Option 1 (Licensure in another jurisdiction, ASHA CCC and active practice)

  • Current and unrestricted ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence or certification by the American Board of Audiology or any other accrediting body recognized by the board (board staff will download from ASHA website);
  • License verification of all licenses ever held, including expired, in another jurisdiction of the U.S. or its territories and District of Columbia (does not include teaching certificates).
  • Written documentation of active practice for at least one of the past three consecutive years preceding the date of application. Employment may be verified on the Board’s optional Employment Verification Form, company letterhead or tax returns (1040) reflecting occupation.

Please complete the Checklist and application for a full Audiologist license.  

You may qualify for licensure by Endorsement.

Follow instructions for License by Endorsement: Option 2 (Licensure in another jurisdiction, Continuing Education (CE), and Active Practice)

  • Continuing Education Activity and Assessment Form and documentation (copies of completed certificates) of 10 CE hours for each year the license has been held in another jurisdiction, not to exceed 30 hours (ASHA CE transcript is accepted);
  • Qualifying national exam scores (contact PRAXIS to release scores electronically to Virginia);
  • Written documentation of active practice for at least one of the past three consecutive years preceding the date of application. Employment may be verified on the Board’s optional Employment Verification Form, company letterhead or tax returns (1040) reflecting your occupation; and
  • License verification of all licenses ever held, including expired, in another jurisdiction of the U.S. or its territories and District of Columbia (does not include teaching certificates).

Please complete the Checklist and application for a full Audiologist license.  

 

Reinstatement  

When a license has not been renewed within one year of the expiration date, a person may apply to reinstate his license by submission of a reinstatement application, payment of the reinstatement fee, and submission of documentation of a current Certificate of Clinical Competence issued by ASHA or certification issued by the American Board of Audiology or any other accrediting body recognized by the board or at least 10 continuing education hours for each year the license has been lapsed, not to exceed 30 contact hours, obtained during the time the license in Virginia was lapsed.

Please complete the Checklist and application for reinstatement.

Applications for reinstatement will need to be mailed to:

Virginia Board of Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology
Perimeter Center
9960 Mayland Drive, Suite 300
Henrico, Virginia 23233-1463

 

 

Reactivate  

From 18VAC30-21-110; A licensee whose license has been inactive and who requests reactivation of an active license shall file an application, pay the difference between the inactive and active renewal fees for the current year, and provide documentation of current ASHA certification or of having completed 10 continuing education hours equal to the requirement for the number of years in which the license has been inactive, not to exceed 30 contact hours.

Please complete the Checklist and application for reactivation of a license.

Virginia Board of Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology
AudBD@dhp.virginia.gov | Contact the Board
Leslie L. Knachel, Executive Director
Melissa A. McNichol, Au.D., CCC-A, Chair