Impression Taking Training Course 12th & 13th March at Audiology House
British Society of Audiology (BSA) Certificate:
Impression Taking Adult & Paediatric
Date: 12th & 13th of March 2015
Day 1: Impression-taking (over 5 years)
Day 2: Paediatrics – Impression-taking (under 5 years)
Location: Audiology House, London, SW12 8SP
Sponsored by PC Werth
Two BSA accredited courses are available side-by-side. They are designed for individuals who work with [hearing impaired] adults and / or children, and require training in impression-taking, e.g. assistant/associate audiologists, ATOs, assistant hearing aid dispensers, teachers of the deaf, educational audiologists and acoustic technicians.
Delegates can undertake either one or both days of the training. In order to undertake impression-taking in paediatrics, delegates must have a certificate of competence in impression-taking (over 5 years).
The course includes both practical and theoretical components. Delegates are required to pass a practical assessment undertaken on the day and additional assessment as homework, in order to gain the certificate. Course fee £250 (1 day) or £400 (2 days).
Tracy James is a Clinical Scientist in Audiology, and has over 10 years training experience. She is a Professional Practice Committee member for the BSA was the lead author for the BSA recommended procedure (supplement) – taking an aural impression: children under 5 years.
For further details, please visit www.tjaudiology.com. To register, please contact Tracy James on firstname.lastname@example.org.