The Hearing, Speech & Deaf Center (HSDC) provides CEUs to interpreters everywhere.

Picture of an office hallway with a framed poster of the alphabet is American Sign Language.

Picture of an office hallway with a framed poster of the alphabet is American Sign Language.

Photo from an HSDC’s fundraising event. Audience is sitting at round dining tables with a speaker at the podium. On stage with the speaker is a working Deaf Interpreter next to a screen with the evening Real Time Captioning transcript being projected.

Photo from an HSDC’s fundraising event. Audience is sitting at round dining tables with a speaker at the podium. On stage with the speaker is a working Deaf Interpreter next to a screen with the evening Real Time Captioning transcript being projected.

HSDC is actively looking for ways to promote Community Educational Events that are outside of the standard scope of RID sponsored events. There is so much rich knowledge available through museums, colleges, medical centers, Deaf organizations, literature, and media. Our goal is to promote events that support teaching in cultural knowledge, minority/marginalized populations, medical, legal, and all specialized areas. Please check out our “CEU Store” above for our full catalog.

We provide creative ways to earn RID CEUs from your home, on the go, or by participating in your local community events.

While we do our best to promote local (Seattle, WA) and national events, please feel free to notify us of any event, lecture, or performing art you would like to see promoted as a CEU opportunity.

Types of CEUs Offered

We are happy to assist in all CEUs areas: Independent Study, Academic Coursework, PINRA, or helping your own event become RID sponsored. You can email our CMP (Certification Maintenance Program) Administrator, Trista Smith at CEU@HSDC.org to answer any CEU related questions.

We look forward to helping you on your CEU journey, wherever you hope that may take you!

Donate to the Mission of HSDC

Hearing, Speech & Deaf Center (HSDC) is a nonprofit for clients who are deaf, hard of hearing, or have speech-language differences. Our mission is to foster inclusive and accessible communities through communication, advocacy, and education.