The Hearing Aid Practitioner program uses the term ‘hearing aid practitioner’ to mean all professionals who dispense hearing aids but are not audiologists. In different jurisdictions across Canada and internally, hearing aid practitioners may be called hearing instrument practitioners, hearing aid specialists, hearing instrument specialists, hearing aid dispensers, hearing instrument dispensers and other similar terms.
Knowledge of the Profession
Hearing aid practitioners evaluate hearing ability; select, fit and sell hearing aids; and provide counselling and troubleshooting support for adult hearing aid users (Alberta Learning Information Services). Please refer to www.alis.alberta.ca for information regarding educational requirements, wage and salary, employment and advancement, and certification requirements in Alberta.
Completing the questionnaire
Your application will be reviewed for admission after your completed questionnaire has been received and you have met all other admission requirements.
Note: You must be logged in with your MacEwan University account. Logging into the portal does not mean you are logged out of your personal account. For more information visit https://youtu.be/_Bf5DKGqPi4.