Professional Audiologists are University qualified, with most holding postgraduate degrees in Audiology.
Audiologists usually work under supervision for at least twelve months after completing university to obtain additional certification which is recognised by funding bodies such as Medicare, Work Cover and the Office of Hearing Services.
Audiologists have skills to work with all age groups.
Audiologists can assess the hearing of people of all ages – from newborn to very elderly. Balance assessments can be conducted on both children and adults.
Audiologists who are members of our association follow our ethical guidelines for practice.
We offer opportunities for ongoing education to our members through our Excellence in Education programme.