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Be part of the 3400+ Audiology community and access professional services relevant to you at different stages of your career.
Now more than ever, the audiology profession is changing and an Audiologist’s role is growing more complex.
The most successful Audiologists are always looking for ways to stay in touch with industry changes, best practice and innovations.
Audiology Australia is responsible for the Accreditation of all Audiology Masters courses in Australia. If you have graduated from one of the accredited courses, you can apply online to become a member.
Audiology Australia membership provides you access to:
- A range of free and subsidised continuing professional development activities including conference, events and workshops
- Online learning at your own pace, in your own time
- Pathways to new career opportunities
- Opportunity to add your voice to advocacy initiatives shaping the future of the profession
- Discounted professional indemnity insurance through AON
What happens when I join?
When you join, you’ll be asked to create a member profile account, complete the membership application form and provide us with supporting documents. You’ll also be asked to sign our mandatory declarations.
Preview the online membership application form.
What happens after I accept my membership?
On acceptance of membership, you may decide to proceed to become an Audiology Australia Accredited Audiologist. This involves completion of a clinical internship which is outlined here.
Alternatively, if you wish to become an Audiology Australia Accredited Audiologist and not pursue Audiology Australia membership, then please contact the office. For more information, you can also download a copy of our information sheet here.
Take the first step and apply to be a member now.
Do you have Professional Indemnity (PI) Insurance?
If you haven’t already, AudA encourages its members to ensure they are protected with professional indemnity (PI) insurance. This is important to help cover you and your business if a client alleges you have been professionally negligent, breached a duty of care owed to them while providing your professional services or they take legal action against you.
Find out more about options with our preferred insurer AON.