5 Day Surveillance Audiometry and Hearing Conservation & Spirometry

Description

Below are the course with the associated point value

Welcome to our internationally renowned BSA Approved Surveillance Audiometry and Hearing Conservation Course & Spirometry Training. All these course come with CPD Accreditation.

  • Surveillance Audiometry and Hearing Conservation & Spirometry together - our most popular course!(5 Day - 35 Points)

Below you will find a detailed description of course information. Following that you will find course dates and locations.

What you will learn

Surveillance Audiometry and Hearing Conservation - (3 Day - 21 Points)

Aim of the Audiometry Training course:

  • To provide delegates with the knowledge to carry out screening audiometry, evaluate and categorise results.
  • To introduce delegates to the principles of hearing conservation in the workplace.
  • To provide an overview of the Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Be proficient in carrying out audiometric screening tests.
  • Appreciate the effects of noise on the hearing mechanism.
  • Categorise and interpret results.
  • Know when to refer to a Doctor.
  • Have basic knowledge of a noise management programme.
  • Understand the principles of a good record keeping system.

Venue and Mode of Delivery:

  • BSA Approved Industrial Audiometry Training Courses are held in Bathgate, Bolton (near Manchester) and Belfast.
  • The duration of the course is 3 full days.
  • A practical and written assessment will take place on day three and successful delegates will receive a Certificate of Competence.

Spirometry at Work (2 Day - 14 Points)

This course provides Spirometry training and assessment for Occupational Health Professionals seeking knowledge that will allow them to carry out Spirometry screening in a competent and effective manner. It is designed to meet the requirements as laid down in the H.S.E. document MS25.


Aims of the Spirometry at Work Course

  • To provide the delegate with the knowledge to carry out lung function screening and evaluate the results.
  • To introduce the delegate to the principles of prevention/early detection of Occupational Lung Disease.

Learning Outcomes

  • On completion of the Spirometry course the delegate will:
  • Demonstrate knowledge of the anatomy and physiology of the respiratory system.
  • Be knowledgeable about the effects of irritants and sensitisers on the human body and the respiratory system in particular.
  • Be proficient in carrying out lung function screening tests.
  • Demonstrate proficiency in interpretation of results.
  • Know when to refer to a Doctor.
  • Describe the measures required to implement the COSHH Regulations in relation to Occupational Lung Disease.
  • Demonstrate a basic knowledge of the actions required to reduce the risk of Occupational Lung Disease to the lowest level reasonably practicable.
  • Understand the principles of good record keeping.

Venue and mode of Delivery

  • Spirometry Training courses are held in Bathgate, Manchester (dates to be arranged) and Belfast.
  • Duration is 2 full days.
  • A practical and written assessment will take place on day 2 and delegates will receive a certificate of competence on successful completion of assessment.

Further information

Albacare
Provider:
Albacare
Duration:
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Price:
POA
Availability:
Scheduled dates
Course type:
Classroom
Locations:
Bathgate

Contact Information

Albacare

19a South Bridge Street
Bathgate
EH48 1TR

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