I use the CAOHC Hearing Conservation Manual as the basis of my curriculum to help best prepare students to confidently pass CAOHC’s standardized exam. More information »
CAOHC-Approved Hearing Conservation Certification and Recertification Courses
My CAOHC-approved certification/recertification courses draw from my 30-year NASA career as a hearing conservationist, incorporating ideas and approaches from more than 20 years of creating and delivering CAOHC-approved courses and other educational seminars.
Students benefit from the personalized attention, small class size, and unique educational resources I provide. My courses are highly regarded among students and their employers because they prepare students to pass CAOHC’s standardized exam and participate fully in the implementation of their company’s hearing conservation program.
An in-house course can be less expensive than sending several employees to an off-site course and can be arranged to accommodate work schedules and staff availability. More information »
My co-instructor for certification courses is Richard W. Danielson, PhD, a CAOHC-certified Course Director and Professional Supervisor who has authored several chapters of the CAOHC Hearing Conservation Manual. More information »
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Why Choose Us?
Nurses, industrial hygienists, occupational physicians, safety professionals, medical assistants, and other clinic personnel who attend my courses benefit from personalized attention, small class size, and unique educational resources.
Productive by Design
My courses are designed to help students stay focused and get the most out of their instruction time. Classes are limited to 8 students, are taught in round-table format, and include breakfast, lunch, and afternoon break.
Experience and Expertise
My highly accomplished faculty team of seasoned NASA hearing conservation professionals brings broad and comprehensive discipline expertise in audiology and noise control engineering.
- Students receive a copy of the CAOHC Hearing Conservation Manual ($90 value) in advance of the course.
- Students earn 20 continuing education (CNE) contact hours.