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Target audience: Those who would like to work as an audiometrist or screening audiometrist performing hearing screenings and assessments to identify hearing impairment
Course summary: This course aims to provide people with the skills to conduct hearing assessments to identify hearing impairment and take action based on test results. As a result of an assessment, audiometrists may refer clients for further audiological or medical assessment and may be involved in care management and education programs. Audiometrists may work in medical or industrial contexts.
The course comprises 11 units and a work placement. The core units include:
Fee payable: Yes
Delivery mode: Online
Support for Indigenous students: Aboriginal Health Workers who have completed the National Ear and Hearing Health Skill Set with the National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (NACCHO) would gain recognition of prior learning for at least 3 units in the Certificate IV. To find out more, contact the Audiometry section on (02) 9715 8366.
The Health Services - Audiometry teaching section
Ph: (02) 9715 8399
Ph: 1300 122 205