This site provides information about the Audiological Society of Australia:
"The Code of Ethics and the Practice Standards of the Audiological Society of Australia (ASA) govern the professional practice of audiology for members of the ASA. To meet these high standards Members undertake professional development to enable them to maintain appropriate skills and learning in their areas of professional practice. The purpose of the Continuing Professional Development Program is to provide a structure that enables members to formally document the ways in which they manage and extend their professional skills and knowledge. The ASA Continuing Professional Development (CPD) program provides recognition and encouragement for the continuing participation of ASA members in high quality professional development. The CPD program will enable members of ASA to demonstrate to external stakeholders (clients, employers, government, the community and other professional groups) their commitment to the highest standards of professional competence for Audiologists. In order to obtain maximum benefit from CPD, members need to identify their learning goals and requirements, then to undertake their personally planned CPD activities to meet these goals and finally to document these activities appropriately for auditing by the ASA. The CPD program is focused on maintaining a high quality practice of audiology and is tied to the Certificate of Clinical Practice (CCP). Members of the ASA who are not engaged in clinical practice are not required to formally document their CPD and will not be issued with a Certificate of Clinical Practice. However, in recognition of the value of CPD, the ASA strongly encourages all members to participate in the program."
The link to this learning resource was provided by the Joint Commission on Academic Assessment in Communication Sciences and Disorders (JCAA).