Available as an in-person seminar or online interactive learning, this free 1 hour introductory seminar is aimed at all those who work with hearing aid users as well as facility managers, disability access officers and technology advocates.
At the end of the seminar, you will understand why assistive listening is necessary, what Legislation and Standards are applicable to assistive listening, why induction loops are the preferred choice of technology, the type of systems available, their applications and why all systems should be frequently tested. See the full Agenda below.
Within the online on-demand Equality of Access course there is an optional assessment module which, if passed, will provide you with a certificate of learning. The pass mark for the assessment is 5 out of 6 questions answered correctly.
On completion of a live seminar, whether in-person or delivered remotely, you will receive a certificate of attendance.
Accreditation for both the online interactive and in person Equality of Access seminar is available from Avixa and CPD.
Please note: when participating online, the seminar uses descriptive audio clips. High quality speakers or preferably headphones are required to fully appreciate the content.
Access to the seminar:
Ampetronic online equality of access self-learning seminars are available through our Loopworks portal if you have an account
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Alternatively you can book a place on one of our live online seminars, delivered by our experienced engineers via webinar. To book a place on a live seminar please complete the form below or call +44 (0)1636 610062.
Equality of Access learning aims and deliverables:
- To understand the need for Assistive Listening Devices (ALDs)
- The legal requirement for ALDs
- Available ALD technologies
- ALD applications and technology suitability
- Induction loop principles and operational standards
- Induction loop system design variations and considerations
- Why Do We Need Assistive Listening Devices?
- Understanding hearing impairment (the basics)
- Age and Noise Related Hearing Loss
- The importance of sound and speech frequencies
- Why hearing aids and cochlear implants aren’t the complete solution
- Assistive Listening Device operating principle
- How assistive listening devices help
- Myths, facts and social stigmas about hearing impairment
- The prevalence of hearing impairment
- The commercial opportunity for Assistive Listening Devices
- Assistive Listening Legislation
- The law and compliance
- Building regulations
- British specific regulations
- United States specific legislation
- Technology Solutions and Applications
- The 3 leading Assistive Listening solutions
- Comparing solutions for the end user (hearing impaired person)
- Comparing solutions for the facility provider
- An Introduction to Induction Loops
- The operating principle and four main system components
- Loop amplifier considerations
- International loop performance Standards
- Interpreting the Standard
- British Standards
- Loop applications (where they can be used)
- Important concepts and solutions
- Different loop designs and the reasons for them
- How to specify a successful induction loop - checklist
- Indicative costs of standard compliant system
For the online seminar login or register here https://loopworks.ampetronic.com then navigate to Learn > Training > Equality of Access for People with Hearing Loss.
Please contact us on +44 (0)1636 610062 if you would like to book a live seminar.