This half day morning course is run for anyone working with patients with a cochlear implant who would like to feel more confident using and handling the speech processors.
It will take place in the morning.
If you are not supporting an USAIS patient, the cost for the course will be £25.00.
The course will be held at the Avenue Campus at Southampton University where there is plenty of parking.
You will have time working in small groups handling the processors and accessories. AIS Audiologists will guide you through the 3 different manufacturers' processors and how to troubleshoot so that you can feel more confident when you are out in the field.
Delegates will be asked to choose 2 out of the 3 manufacturers to spend time learning about (Med-EL, Advanced Bionics and Cochlear).
Booking instructions: Please make sure that you checkout all the way to the end. Your place is only confirmed when you receive an email with a UOS receipt number. If you have a CPG number this is not a confirmed booking.
This two-day course is delivered with the Ewing Foundation and is aimed at Teachers of the Deaf, Educational Audiologists and Technicians.
The course will provide information about remote microphone systems, fitting them, checking and assessing their benefit in line with the latest national Quality Standards and Good Practice Guidance.
The course will cover the following:
Hands-on workshops and group sessions:
Reviewing personal experiences: discussion and feedback sessions
Please bring evidence of booking and parking permit which will be provided prior to the course date.