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We run a long established and well respected training programme for professionals with interests in Audiology, Cochlear Implants and other implantable devices. We try to keep the cost of our courses to a minimum to ensure that as many people as possible can attend. Most of our courses are free or levy a small charge to cover the cost of providing lunch and refreshments.
Our courses change every year and we can also provide courses locally on request. Here is an example of what we can offer:

Auditory Processing Disorder
Auditory Implants Training Course
Cochlear Implants Beyond the Basics
Cochlear Implant Device Troubleshooting Workshop
Cochlear Implants, Radio Aids and Soundfield Systems
Speech and Language Training Course

If you would like to be kept up to date with our training programme click below or email AIS.Training@soton.ac.uk and ask to subscribe to our Training E-Newsletter.

We send out these newsletters by email every term to update you on our future courses and  feedback from recent courses and more.

Introduction to Lipreading: two hours a week over 10 weeks

Introduction to Lipreading: two hours a week over 10 weeks Start date: Thursday 3rd October 2019 – then each Thursday for the following nine weeks Time: 10.00 am – 12.00 noon Fee: FREE to USAIS patients + voluntary contribution of 50p towards refreshments Venue: University of Southampton Auditory Implant Service, Building 19, SO17 1BJ Lipreading is a vital communication skill for many people with hearing loss. Continue reading →

Cochlear Implant Basics

Cochlear Implants: The Basics – 25th October 2019   Date: Friday 25 October 2019 Time: 9.15 am – 4.15 pm Fee: FREE to those who support an USAIS patient (Other delegates £30)  Venue: University of Southampton Auditory Implant Service, Building 19, SO17 1BJ This one day course is aimed at professionals with no prior knowledge of Cochlear implants who want to know the basics in order to support a child in a classroom setting. Continue reading →

Hampshire Police Deaf Access Consultation

Hampshire Police want your views about D/deaf access. Help Hampshire Police keep a promise to give full access for D/deaf people to police services in our local communities. Do you want to come to an event for D/deaf, deafened, deafblind, and hard-of-hearing people in October 2019? Your experiences and views are important to make police services more effective and accessible. Continue reading →