Professional Supervisor of the Audiometric Monitoring Program© Course

PS Courses

The Professional Supervisor of the Audiometric Monitoring Program© (PS/A) course is an intermediate-level, full-day course. It emphasizes real-world applications that physicians and audiologists encounter in managing noise exposed workers in a variety of occupational settings.

The course lectures review the current literature and practice guidelines. Instructors present employee case studies for participant problem-solving, critical thinking and small-group discussion. Case presentations discuss PS responsibilities, guidelines for managing problem audiograms and determination of work-relatedness.

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Course Fees:

   Course (civilian) .........  $700
   Course (military) .........  $0 (Participant MUST apply to a "military only" course to participate at no cost.
                                                          Exam fees do apply)

   Course (civilian) .........  $500

   Initial certification Exam... $225
   Re-certification Exam.......  $175


If registration is cancelled prior to participant starting the on-line course, participant will receive a full refund of their fee (-) a $150.00 processing fee. No refund will be granted for cancellations received after the course has been started, however, the amount may be applied to a another CAOHC course.

Course Description:

This one-day course is designed for certified audiologists (Au. D., CCC-A, ABA, F-AAA, or M.S.) and physicians (MD and DO) seeking instruction in the role and scope of practice of the Professional Supervisor of the Audiometric Monitoring Program©. Attendees are eligible to receive continuing education credits; certain sessions may also provide medical education credits. This course leads to certification after fulfillment of requirements.

CURRICULUM: The course curriculum and case presentations will cover:

The role and responsibilities of the Professional Supervisor of the Audiometric Monitoring Program.
Methods for establishing and supporting audiometric monitoring programs.
Review of problem audiograms, including baseline revisions.
Determining work-relatedness of hearing loss.
Audiometric recordkeeping required by federal regulations and best practices.
Database management and program integration with other members of the hearing conservation team.

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