Audiology Systems, a US distributor of GN Otometrics products and other audiology and vestibular equipment, has announced its May 2016 dates for three Hands-on Training Series courses focused on evoked potential (EP) and videonystagmography (VNG), and head impulse testing.

These courses are offered for 0.7 continuing education units (CEUs). Attendees can earn up to 2.1 CEUs by joining all three courses. Space is limited, so Audiology Systems encourages early registration.

balance testing training coursesAccording to Audiology Education Manager Kathleen Hill, AuD, the company is committed to taking customer care to a new level by offering this educational series for the third year. Audiology Systems aims to provide hearing care professionals with convenient and affordable ways to learn about the newest technologies and testing efficiencies in vestibular patient care.

Hands-on Training Course Schedule for May 2016

May 11, 2016: The 7-hour Hands-on EP Training course now includes VEMP training. This course was designed to address the training needs that will allow you to stay up-to-date with the latest developments in EP testing. Key training areas include frequency-specific threshold assessment techniques, troubleshooting practicum, and using EP to assess the dizzy patient, including ECOG and VEMP testing. View course details at: http://www.audiologysystems.com/eptraining.

May 12, 2016: The 7-hour Hands-on VNG Training course is designed for audiologists, ENTs and healthcare professionals who would like to stay current with the advances in VNG/ENG. As new technology and software are introduced, clinicians who perform VNG/ENG testing benefit from ongoing training that will enable them to apply the new technology to existing procedures. Key training areas include test protocol development, data interpretation and presentation, and reporting test results. View course details at: http://www.audiologysystems.com/vngtraining.

May 13, 2016: The 7-hour Hands-on Impulse Training will be available for audiologists, ENTs and healthcare professionals who perform head impulse testing to assess the dizzy patient. With the release of the latest version of ICS Impulse – the scalable solution now including all test modules. In 2016, course attendees will learn the clinical value of each module and will strike the balance between theory and testing. View course details at: http://www.audiologysystems.com/impulsetraining.

The 2016 Hands-on Training Series is composed of several 7-hour courses focused on clinical best practice and the latest technologies in hearing and balance patient care. For a limited time, Audiology Systems customers who have purchased select equipment within the last 12 months qualify for one (1) complimentary pass to attend one of the following courses: EP, VNG, AURICAL or ICS Impulse training. Hearing care professionals who are interested in attending one of the 2016 Hands-on Training Series courses are encouraged to contact their local Audiology Systems sales representative. View a full list of upcoming product training and CEU courses on the Audiology Systems website.

Source: Audiology Systems; Otometrics