British Society of Audiology (BSA) Certificate Course in Audiometry and Tympanometry – 3 days
British Society of Audiology (BSA) Certificate Course in Audiometry – 2 days
British Society of Audiology (BSA) Certificate Course in Tympanometry – 1 day
£575 per person (3 days)
£450 per person (2 days)
£275 per person (1 day)
Suitable for healthcare employees who are not qualified audiologists and are required undertake routine audiometry and/or tympanometry. Typical delegates include occupational health workers, assistant or associate audiologists, Teachers of the Deaf, GPs and nurses.
This BSA course will enable you to:
- Perform otoscopy reliably and according to BSA recommended procedure
- Undertake air conduction and bone conduction audiometry (without masking) and/or tympanometry and according to BSA recommended procedure
- Carry out Stage A checks and understand the requirements for calibration of equipment
- Operate a sound level meter and measure ambient noise levels
- Interpret results and findings, recording results
- Communicate results and findings to other professionals
A certificate will be awarded upon full attendance of the course, with successful completion of both the practical and written assessment.
This course will be taught as 3 sessions online and 1 session face to face, following BSA covid-19 guidance.
It is possible to attend only part of the course for the audiometry or tympanometry only elements.
For further details email firstname.lastname@example.org
OTIS Audiometry Simulation Software
Otis the virtual patient (from Innoforce.com) can be use to practice basic audiometry and tympanometry and masking. We use it in our classes as it is a great way of developing your skills in audiometry without having the pressure of the time or the client’s ability to focus, while getting used to the controls and techniques required. If your’re learning how to carry out masking, it is an invaluable learning and evaluation tool and your don’t need to rely on your supervisor to explain results.
Otis is a little bit like a real person, for example, your client can fall asleep if you take too long or shout if you present sounds that are too loud. You can view your otoscopy, history and tymp data as part of the assessment. There is reference data for masking and symbols. You have real time evaluation and assessment of your procedure as you do the audiometry – it tracks your accuracy, time and errors. You can also progress from easier audiograms, to more difficult cases.
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