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Don’t Miss Audiology’s New ERA: Renew or Join By 30 June 2024!

Apr 17, 2024

Click Renew your Membership or visit www.audiology.asn.au and log onto the Member Hub to renew your membership.

New to AudA? Click here to join now.

We’re waiting for our Taylor Swift album because it’s a new era at Audiology Australia.

We call this one ‘The Future of Audiology’ and it comes in shades of professionalism, leadership, innovation, and integrity.

As well as an ambitious plan for growth and impact with the 2023-28 strategic vision for ear and hearing health in Australia, we have upgraded our member experience with new systems and a Member Hub that puts the controls in your hands. This means you can tailor your engagement and CPD, enjoy better processes, simpler membership and accreditation management and even greater member resources and extras.

Of course, just like Swifties, we know you’re really here for our greatest hits: outstanding education and professional development, high ethical and professional standards of practice and a policy voice with real influence.

All the reasons we’re still #1 and Australia’s leading accrediting peak body for audiology.

Even the biggest fans expect a little more and a new era always calls for a new look or at least new look benefits. That’s why we’ve added even more great extras in 2024-25 to help you reach your professional goals and stay focused on what matters most – quality contemporary hearing healthcare.

Benefits such as:

  • Continued complimentary access to International Journal of Audiology
  • Free access to over 200 on-demand Audiology Australia – online learning library
  • Exclusive discounts and deals on a wide range of selected products as well as lifestyle, leisure, and financial services from 1 July 2024
  • Access to HR and ER support from 1 July 2024

Click here for a full list of the member benefits you’ll unlock when you renew or join now.

Getting Personal for a Tailored Experience

We want to get to know you better to personalise your experience with the services and support you really need. That’s why we’re asking you to update your profile, subscriptions, and Find an Audiologist listings when you renew.

We recommend completing the renewal process using a laptop or desktop.

Need help? Read more here.

Recognition, Regard, Reputation, Response, RENEW

We’re all about the 4 Rs – Recognition, Regard, Reputation, and Response. Add an ‘R’ to excellence and take your skill and expertise further by renewing or joining before 30 June and be ready to claim HSP services and great benefits from 1 July.

Click Renew your Membership or visit www.audiology.asn.au and log onto the Member Hub to renew your membership.

New to AudA? Click here to join now.

Once you renew, you will be able to immediately view and download your member certificate from your profile/my membership certificate.

Worried About Your Ability To Renew? Need A CPD Reduction?

Audiology Australia is always ready to help. If you have concerns about your ability to renew or join, or need to discuss meeting your accreditation or internship requirements, please contact the National Office on 03 9940 3900 or email shudipta.saha@audiology.asn.au and we will work with you to find a solution.

You can also apply for a CPD point or fee reduction in cases of personal circumstances or hardship such as parental leave, being made redundant, loss of job, illness, or death in the family here.

Learn more about renewing or joining and the great benefits of AudA membership online now – View more information on our renewals webpage.

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