HC Manager Course
Participants purchase the course from our secure website and are automatically sent an email with login instructions to access to the course.
Who Should Take This Course?
The Hearing Conservation (HC) Manager training is a beginning-level, half-day course. It emphasizes real-world application and has been developed for anyone responsible for creating, maintaining and/or improving an occupational hearing conservation program as encountered in occupational settings. There is no prerequisite, licenses or membership required, just a desire to learn.
This course is intended for a variety of audiences including:
THOSE NEW TO OCCUPATIONAL HEARING CONSERVATION MANAGEMENT
The course content is ideal those that have recently been given occupational hearing conservation program related responsibilities but have little or no in-depth knowledge of the expectations. Attendees may be comprised of professionals in Human Resources (HR), Safety, Industrial Hygiene (IH), Nursing, Engineering or other fields.
THOSE EXPERIENCED IN OCCUPATIONAL HEARING CONSERVATION
Course content has also been developed to address requirements of those already knowledgeable in occupational hearing conservation but who want to refresh/update their skills as well as learn the current standard of care, continuous improvement techniques and best practice expectations in the field.
Online training costs, $350.00.
Training includes a certificate of completion after successfully passing the exam
The length of the course is about half a day if done consecutively. This includes 3 hours of recorded lectures (sectioned into 7 different modules) and a quiz for each section. This on-Demand course is available at any time but must be completed within 60 days of first logging into the CAOHC Learning Center.
The course lectures review current literature and practice guidelines. The course consists of seven recorded lectures, quizzes, and a course exam and can be taken on-demand, as time allows. Upon successfully passing the exam, a certificate of completion will be available to download and print.
This course provides:
- key resources for starting a new hearing conservation program or improving an established one
- directions in the seven elements of an effective hearing conservation program
- guidance in regulatory compliance
- management in best practices
- education about minimum requirements for compliance versus best practices.
- This course should guide attendees to other CAOHC resources that apply to their specific needs.