Hearing Aid Specialist
Prepare for a rewarding career as a hearing aid specialist.
A Hearing Aid Specialist is a healthcare professional who is responsible for assessing hearing and providing services to hard of hearing individuals who can benefit from the use of hearing aids. Instruction includes acoustics, hearing instrument sciences, anatomy and physiology of the human auditory system, pathophysiology of the auditory system, psychological aspects of hearing loss, tests of the hearing organ, making impressions of the ear, business aspects of the hearing industry, overview of related fields and medical implants to improve hearing. Graduates from the Hearing Aid Specialist program will be eligible to sit for the licensing examination in the state of Washington.
Career Advisor: Dan Eberle253.680.7002 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: Downtown Campus Hours: N/A
Program Length: Six Quarters
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