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HLT47415 – Certificate IV in Audiometry

HLT47415 – Certificate IV in Audiometry

 

This qualification reflects the role of audiometrists who conduct hearing assessments to identify hearing impairment and take action based on test results. They refer clients for further audiological or medical assessment, and may be involved in care management and education programs. Workers at this level do not prescribe or dispense hearing aids and are not qualified to work as independent practitioners. Audiometrists may work in medical or industrial contexts.

 

NB: No licensing, legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of publication.

BSBMKG413
Promote products and services (selected elective)
CHCCOM005
Communicate and work in health or community services
CHCDIV001
Work with diverse people
CHCEDU008
Share health information
HLTAAP002
Confirm physical health status
HLTAID003
Provide first aid
HLTAUD001
Assess hearing
HLTAUD003
Assess and respond to occupational noise risk (selected elective)
HLTINF006
Apply basic principles and practices of infection prevention and control
HLTWHS001
Participate in workplace health and safety
BSBCUS301
Deliver and monitor a service to customers (selected elective)

The course comprises 11 units.


Below is the list of units being offered by AuCA, as defined by the training package:

Course Delivery

This flexible course is delivered via online delivery, and via practical workshops in Sydney, Perth, Brisbane and Melbourne.

The course is available and opens for enrolment throughout the year. Participants will be placed in the below suggested cohorts based on their enrolment date.

Cohort 1: enrolment between July and January

Cohort 2: enrolment between February and June

Studying

Practical workshops

Each participant is required to attend 4 separate practical workshops of 3 days each, throughout their course, timetabled based on their cohort. The workshop dates and locations are set to ensure the participants are able to fully develop the required skills and knowledge prior to being assessed. AuCA allows students to transfer into different cohorts to suit their individual needs.

Duration

Course duration is flexible and can be structured for 12 to 18 month programs part-time.

Learners may complete the program earlier than these timelines through achievement of recognition of prior learning (RPL) or credit transfer.

 

Assessments

There will be a variety of assessment tools used to assess learners, which include:

  • online quizzes and written assessments

  • observation and demonstration

  • verbal / written tests

  • workplace logbook

  • project / case study

Learners are given a detailed timetable that matches their program.

Admission Requirements

The candidate must:

  • have access to work experience in an audiometry or audiology practice in Australia to complete various work based tasks

  • have the support of workplace supervisors

  • have the appropriate technology and skills for online delivery

  • complete the LLN assessment at a ACSF (Australian Core Skills Framework) level 3

  • provide a Unique Student Identifier (USI)

  • be over 15 years old and not school based

 

Support Services

If the LLN identifies any individual need, resource requirements and the unit delivery can be adjusted to support the learner. AuCA monitors the progress of all learners and their readiness for assessment as they progress through their course.

 

Fee Information

Non-subsidised course fee is $5900. The course fee may be reduced depending on potential government subsidies.

Fees are payable in instalments. Instalments will be 5 equal payments up to $1180 payable every 6 weeks post enrolment. Alternate payment plans can be negotiated.

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