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Audiometry Spirometry Course

Audiometry Spirometry Course

Occupational Health Courses 2017 in Audiometry and Spirometry


Occupational audiometry course (2 day) Thursday and Friday 20th and 21st January2022

A comprehensive course that provides guidance and training in all factors relating to a successful hearing conservation programme. The course content is based on a recommended syllabus of the British Society of Audiology (BSA), the Health & Safety Authority (HSA) ‘The control of noise at work regulations 2007’ and industry specific requirements. This course has been developed over a number 0f years by health professionals and Audiologists employed by Amplivox.

Course Content:-

  • Basic Acoustics
  • Anatomy and Physiology of the EAR & Types and Features of Hearing Loss
  • The Physical Agents Noise Directive
  • The Ear and threshold of hearing
  • Monitoring Audiometry
  • Practical Session 1 : Examination of the ear (Otoscopes)
  • Practical session 2: Manual Audiometry
  • The categorization scheme and audiogram assessment
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Organization of Audiometric Programme
  •  Close session and course feedback


Occupational audiometry update course (1 day) Tuesday 15th February 2022

A theory and practical course that is designed for occupational health professionals who require a general updating of their skill and knowledge to complete screening audiometry in the workplace.

Based upon the 2 day course this course has been developed over a number of years to satisfy the requirements for a specific refresher course for those who have completed the 2 Day Audiometry Course.

  • Basic acoustics
  • Anatomy and physiology
  • Physical Agents (noise) Directive
  • Monitoring Audiometry
  • Otoscopy
  • Practical audiometry session
  • Interpretation and HSA categorization scheme
  • PPE
  • Certificate of attendance issued
  • Coffee/Tea and lunch included

Please note places are limited


Spirometry Course Wednesday 16th February 2022

Amplivox occupational spirometry courses have been independently accredited by the Faculty of Occupational Medicine (FOM) in the UK to provide delegates with continuing professional development to maintain, develop/increase knowledge and raise professional performance standards for industrial spirometry screening programmes. 

Spirometry – Practicalities of occupational spirometry

  • Anatomy & physiology of the respiratory system
  • Spirometry parameters and  measurements
  • Equipment verification with practical session
  • Infection control
  • Disease types and patterns
  • Indications for spirometry
  • Interpreting spirometry measurements results
  • Practical session ; Interstation
  • Coffee/Tea and lunch include


Citywest Hotel & Conference Centre Saggart Dublin


  • Emerald House,
  • 11 Fitzwilliam Terrace,
  • Strand Road, Bray,
  • Co Wicklow A98 R8X9

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