The AIHHP Members Code of Practice:
The aim of the association is to promote and maintain the very highest professional and ethical standards of hearing healthcare within the private sector. Each member of the association shall place the welfare of the patient before all other considerations and shall behave in a proper manner towards professional colleagues, and shall not bring them or the Association into disrepute.
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Fri 19th & Sat 20th March 2021
Due to the ongoing restrictions and social distancing measures, we’re unfortunately still unable to get back to face to face events.
So, we thought we’d organise a bonus online Spring 2021 AIHHP Hearing Expo!
This will be a nice opportunity to catch up with your AIHHP friends and colleagues, whilst at the same time receiving some great educational content.
We have a jam-packed agenda to which the finishing touches are just being put to it. The event aims to help all delegates continue their professional learning and development, as well as assist with the burning business issues you may be facing currently.
This event will be held online via Zoom.
CLICK HERE…to see the full event details, access a downloadable PDF of the agenda and read more about some of our speakers, as well as book your place of course
Delegates from all sectors of the audiological community are invited to attend the main conference day on the Friday 19th March.
If you are interested in receiving more information about attending or exhibiting at an AIHHP event, please email Stephanie Meli at email@example.com or call 07704 880626
Industry Events & Courses
Paediatric Hearing Aids: An Introduction
An Introduction / Update on Clinical Skills for Paediatric Habilitation
Tuesday 20 April 2021 – Thursday 22 April 2021
Booking deadline: Tuesday 16 March 2021
The Park Royal Hotel, Stretton Road, Stretton, Warrington, WA4 4NS
This is an introductory course to Paediatric Habilitation. The course is for Audiologists who are beginning to work in paediatric hearing aid clinics, or who would like an update.
The course will be of interest to professionals who work with audiologists and who wish to gain an insight into paediatric hearing aid clinics. It is also appropriate as a short focused orientation for non-graduates (including associate and assistant practitioners) who may be assisting in clinics.
The course covers all aspects of routine paediatric hearing aid clinics, including strategies for testing, hearing aid provision with limited threshold information, RECD, verification and outcome measures, wireless accessories, and multi-disciplinary teams.
The course does not cover advanced practice, assessment of complex cases, or paediatric assessment techniques.
On the final morning there will be a workshop on paediatric hearing aid technology and RECD measurements. The following manufacturers will be involved:
Oticon, GN Hearing, Phonak – paediatric hearing aid range and features.
The Phonak Roger™ system – demonstration and discussion.
Otometrics, Interacoustics, Signia – how to perform RECD measurements on this equipment.
CLICK HERE for further information.
Find out more about any vacancies at any AIHHP Member companies below:
Attractive Salary package and incentive bonuses.
A rare and exciting vacancy has arisen for a multidisciplined Audiologist/HAD to provide audiological services in our clinics in Sussex. The successful candidate will be based mainly in the idyllic coastal town of Seaford and this opportunity offers an excellent pathway for progression in the independent sector and to work for a prestigious, long established centre of excellence.
We are a friendly team of dedicated Audiologists who are interchangeable with each other. With responsibility for the provision of premium audiological services with a holistic approach and family centric care.
The successful candidate will be HCPC registered with experience and understanding of most audiological diagnostic tests and safe and effective earwax removal using microsuction, adult hearing rehabilitation and hearing aid fitting. You will be a confident, personable and flexible individual, willing to meet the needs of service and ear care at any of the company offices.
Regular in house and off-site training is held and extra training will be provided to cover any gaps in skill set.
All our clinics are Lyric accredited centres enabling proficient microscope use, skills and learning of peri-tympanic fittings and impression taking.
Seaford is a beautiful quiet, picturesque seaside town on the East Sussex coast, nestled between white chalk cliffs on the southern edge of the famous South Downs National Park, providing many historical walks and varied recreational activities. Excellent road and rail links to the rest of the UK.
Please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information about ourselves please visit: www.hearingcarecentres.co.uk
From 1st March 2014 and in line with the above code of practice, AIHHP Executive & Full Members are advised by AIHHP Council to follow the ‘Guidelines’ in the pdf document found here: AIHHP GUIDELINES
AIHHP Members can access the AIHHP Constitution HERE.