To meet the National Alliance of Self-Regulating Health Professions (NASRHP) standards, Audiology Australia will be moving to an annual CPD cycle beginning 1 July 2017. 
A three month hiatus period will exist from 1 April to 30 June 2017, where members may claim CPD points for either the current cycle or the next cycle for endorsed activities only. To read more,
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You can now log your CPD Activities on line. Click here to view the instruction video. To view your online CPD activity log, click here.


Audiology Australia is the peak body representing audiologists. Audiologists work with clients to help them to preserve, manage and improve their hearing, their ability to process and understand sounds, and their balance.  Audiologists help clients of all ages - from infants to older adults - and clients with complex needs improve their ability to communicate and interact in all situations.

Learn more about audiologists here.

Audiology Australia's Mission is:  To give value to its members as the peak professional body in audiology by providing education, advocacy, and setting ethical standards of practice, to ensure audiologists are able to deliver the highest standards of hearing health care and are valued by the community for their services.

Audiology Australia supports audiologists to offer the optimum care to the Australian public by awarding the Certificate of Clinical practice (CCP). Learn more about the CCP here.

Audiology Australia also requires that members abide by our Code of Conduct.

Upcoming Events

The Sound Exchange: Audiology in Action '17

10, June 2017

The Sound Exchange '17 is Audiology Australia’s revamped biennial, event.

RECORDED WEBCAST - WA Conference: Putting the Science Back in Audiology **Available at any time for viewing - until 31st December 2017**

31, December 2017

RECORDED WEBCAST - WA Conference: Putting the Science Back in Audiology

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Latest News

ACCC Report: Issues around the sale of hearing aids: Consumer and clinician perspectives

03, March 2017

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) was alerted to potential consumer protection issues in the hearing aid industry through ABC RN’s Background Briefing program, Have I got a hearing aid for you. To better understand the issues, the ACCC conducted enquiries with consumers and industry participants.

Audiology Australia supports the ACCC’s Report

02, March 2017

“Audiology Australia takes the ACCC’s claims that employment conditions may be encouraging clinicians at hearing aid clinics to supply hearing aids that are unnecessary or more expensive than a consumer needs very seriously. Read Audiology Australia's here.

Att: S.A. members who provide early childhood supports

27, February 2017

Early Childhood Intervention Australia (ECIA) and the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) have engaged Health Outcomes International (HOI) in a service mapping project to identify, scope and map existing and potential early childhood intervention services available to work with children with developmental delay and/or disability and their families and carers in South Australia following full NDIS transition.

Audiology Australia advocates for audiologists in the NDIS

20, February 2017

Audiology Australia was invited to present at the Hearing on the 20 Feb 2017 by the Parliament's Joint Standing Committee on the NDIS regarding the Provision of Hearing Services under the NDIS.

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