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Audiometrist is a hearing care professional who specializes in audiometry, the non-medical assessment and management of communication difficulties caused by hearing loss. Audiometrists normally hold a bachelors degree[citation needed] followed by two years of formal study and another two years on-the-job training after which they may be considered fully qualified after passing their respective state licensing requirements. [1]

Audiometers and other hearing instruments are available in different makes, models and styles. The device/s prescribed will be determined with regard to the individual requirements of each client taking into consideration their needs.

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  1. What is an Audiometrist? Hearing Aid Audiometrist Society of Australia
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