What is an audiologist?
Qualified audiologists are university graduates with postgraduate qualifications in audiology or equivalent training. A minimum of 12 months' supervised clinical practice in audiology is also required. Audiologists have broad responsibilities and expertise in all non-medical areas of hearing services, including complex hearing assessment and rehabilitation of hearing impairment (which includes hearing aid prescription, fitting and management).
The Audiological Society of Australia (ASA), the professional society for audiologists, has a clinical certification program and members participate in ongoing professional development to retain their Certificate of Clinical Practice.
Our audiologists have knowledge, training and experience in: