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The Audiology Level 3 Advanced Diploma offers specialized knowledge in diagnosing and managing hearing and balance disorders. Explore audiology fundamentals, assessment techniques, and rehabilitation strategies. Graduates contribute to improving the lives of individuals with auditory challenges.

Course Price:
Original price was: £194.00.Current price is: £19.99.
Course Duration:
17 hours, 11 minutes
Total Lectures:
43
Total Students:
115
Average Rating:
4.5

Overview

The Audiology Level 3 Advanced Diploma offers a comprehensive and in-depth exploration of the fascinating field of audiology. This course is designed to provide students with specialized knowledge and practical skills essential for diagnosing and managing hearing and balance disorders. Participants will be introduced to fundamental topics, beginning with an overview of audiology and its significance in healthcare. Through subsequent modules, students will delve into the anatomy and physiology of the auditory system, understanding the complex mechanisms of hearing.

The curriculum further explores hearing assessment techniques, enabling students to conduct comprehensive evaluations of patients' hearing abilities. Participants will gain insights into pediatric audiology, focusing on the unique challenges and considerations for young patients. Balance assessment and vestibular rehabilitation are covered, equipping students with the knowledge to assess and manage balance disorders and related conditions. Amplification and assistive listening devices will be discussed, allowing students to understand the application and fitting of hearing aids and other assistive technologies.

Tinnitus and hyperacusis management are emphasized, providing students with strategies to address these common auditory conditions. Audiological rehabilitation and communication strategies are explored, enabling students to support patients in improving communication and coping with hearing challenges. Clinical practicum and case studies provide hands-on experience, allowing students to apply their knowledge in real-world scenarios. Lastly, research methods in audiology are addressed, promoting evidence-based practice and encouraging students to contribute to the advancement of audiological knowledge.

Upon completion of the Audiology Level 3 Advanced Diploma, graduates will be well-prepared to embark on a rewarding career in audiology, making a significant impact on the lives of individuals with hearing and balance disorders.

What Will You Learn?

  • Introduction to audiology and its significance in healthcare.
  • Anatomy and physiology of the auditory system.
  • Hearing assessment techniques and evaluations.
  • Pediatric audiology considerations and challenges.
  • Balance assessment and vestibular rehabilitation.
  • Amplification and fitting of hearing aids and assistive listening devices.
  • Management of tinnitus and hyperacusis.
  • Auditory rehabilitation and communication strategies.
  • Hands-on experience through clinical practicum and case studies.
  • Research methods to promote evidence-based audiological practice.

Who Should Take The Course?

  • Aspiring audiologists seeking specialized training.
  • Healthcare professionals interested in audiology.
  • Students pursuing a career in speech and hearing sciences.
  • Audiologists looking to advance their knowledge and skills.
  • Speech-language pathologists working with hearing-impaired individuals.
  • Educators and researchers in the field of audiology.
  • Individuals passionate about improving hearing health and communication.
  • Professionals in hearing aid and assistive listening device industries.
  • Those interested in diagnosing and managing hearing and balance disorders.
  • Anyone aiming to make a positive impact on individuals' hearing and communication abilities.

Requirements

  • There are no specific prerequisites for enrolling in the Audiology Level 3 Advanced Diploma course.
  • Basic knowledge of anatomy and physiology may be beneficial.
  • Access to course materials and online resources.
  • A computer or device with internet connectivity for online learning.
  • Willingness to engage in hands-on clinical practicum and case studies.
  • No prior experience in audiology is required.
  • Openness to learning about hearing assessment and rehabilitation techniques.
  • Depending on the institution, there may be age restrictions or specific enrollment criteria.

Course Curriculum

    • Introduction to Audiology as a Profession 00:24:00
    • History and Development of Audiology 00:25:00
    • Roles and Responsibilities of an Audiologist 00:27:00
    • Ethical and Professional Standards in Audiology 00:23:00
    • Structure and Function of the Outer Ear 00:22:00
    • Structure and Function of the Middle Ear 00:26:00
    • Structure and Function of the Inner Ear 00:23:00
    • Central Auditory Pathways and Brainstem Auditory Evoked Potentials (BAEPs) 00:24:00
    • Pure Tone Audiometry 00:22:00
    • Speech Audiometry 00:25:00
    • Immittance Audiometry 00:26:00
    • Otoacoustic Emissions (OAEs) 00:27:00
    • Auditory Brainstem Response (ABR) Testing 00:21:00
    • Developmental Auditory Milestones 00:23:00
    • Pediatric Hearing Assessment Techniques 00:26:00
    • Management and Rehabilitation of Pediatric Hearing Loss 00:24:00
    • Auditory Processing Disorders in Children 00:21:00
    • Anatomy and Physiology of the Vestibular System 00:25:00
    • Balance Assessment Techniques 00:25:00
    • Videonystagmography (VNG) and Electronystagmography (ENG) 00:26:00
    • Vestibular Rehabilitation and Treatment Approaches 00:22:00
    • Hearing Aid Technology and Selection 00:25:00
    • Verification and Validation of Hearing Aids 00:21:00
    • Assistive Listening Devices (ALDs) for Hearing Loss 00:25:00
    • Cochlear Implants and Bone Anchored Hearing Systems 00:22:00
    • Understanding Tinnitus and Hyperacusis 00:21:00
    • Assessment and Evaluation of Tinnitus and Hyperacusis 00:25:00
    • Counseling and Management Strategies 00:28:00
    • Sound Therapy and Habituation Techniques 00:22:00
    • Auditory Training and Rehabilitation Programs 00:21:00
    • Communication Strategies for Individuals with Hearing Loss 00:23:00
    • Speechreading and Communication Tactics 00:26:00
    • Psychosocial Implications of Hearing Loss 00:23:00
    • Clinical Practicum Guidelines and Expectations 00:21:00
    • Case Studies and Problem-Solving Approaches 00:22:00
    • Patient Management and Counseling Skills 00:25:00
    • Interdisciplinary Collaboration in Audiology 00:23:00
    • Introduction to Research in Audiology 00:25:00
    • Research Design and Methodology 00:26:00
    • Data Collection and Analysis 00:24:00
    • Ethical Considerations in Audiology Research 00:21:00
    • Exam of Audiology Level 3 Advanced Diploma 00:50:00
    • Order Certificate 00:05:00

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