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* LEVEL I *
Actual course content may differ slightly from description in the PDF

Autumn 2018

Details.pdf
(in French)

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514-332-2050
info@BJAinc.com
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Audiometric Screening Test
Technician Course

Important for Health and Safety personnel (OHS nurses as well as other personnel conducting audiometric screening tests), this course, which concentrates on audiometric screening test techniques, identifies all the relevant elements for proper knowledge of ear physiology, of the fundamental aspects of noise and of audiometry. Legislative aspects and hearing protection in the workplace are also covered to prepare the occupational health and safety worker.

  • Anatomy and physiology of the ear
  • Manual and microprocessor audiometric technique
  • Audiogram interpretation
  • Medical aspects
  • Otoscopic examination (method and interpretation)
  • Claims management
  • Noise measurements (continuous, impact, dose, etc.)
  • Worker awareness of noise levels
  • Hearing Protection Devices

Course Length: 2 days

This course is recognized by Emploi-Québec for tax credits.



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Recertification Course for Audiometric Screening Test Technicians

A refresher/recertification course will soon be available for audiometric technicians who wish to develop their skills and brush up on their audiometric technique:

  • Brief review of the latest innovations and regulations in audiometry and hearing protection
  • Verification and evaluation of audiometric technique
  • Bring your complex case studies
  • Get recertified

Course Length: 1 day

This course is recognized by Emploi-Québec for tax credits.

 

ADVANTAGES


Make sure that the
staff who conduct
audiograms
possess the
proper technique.

Provide your staff with
a better understanding
of NIHL.

Supply staff with
the knowledge to
educate and motivate
workers in the
proper use of
hearing protection devices.