How to Pass Your State Hearing Aid Dispenser License Exam on the First Attempt

Hearing aid specialists play an important role in the lives of many people.

Hearing aid specialists play an important role in the lives of many people. But before these health care professionals can begin practicing they must meet the established hearing aid dispenser training and license requirements in their state. In most states this includes a certain number of hours of required training, passing the state hearing aid license exam, be of acceptable moral character and at least 18 years of age. The applicant must also have either a high school diploma or equivalent academic qualification from an accredited institution.

In some states, including Florida, for example, hearing aid specialist applicants must be prepared to take the first available state exam immediately preceding completion of prerequisite training requirements. Since passing the hearing aid license exam is so vital to beginning a career as a hearing aid specialist, it is a good idea for students to take a pre-examination seminar to help them better prepare for their state hearing aid license exam.

The good news is that once you become a hearing aid specialist and receive your hearing aid license it is valid in forty-three states. As of this writing, only Alabama, Alaska, California, Colorado, District of Columbia, Nevada and Utah do not have reciprocity agreements with other states.

Alan Lowell Seminars has built a reputation for helping thousands of students pass their state hearing aid license exam on the first try and begin a lucrative career as a hearing aid specialist. Don’t waste your time studying from outdated exam material and risk not passing your competency exam. Our pre-examination seminar and course study are always up-to-date for the most current state hearing aid license exam. We also offer online video courses or USB drives packed with quality training and education materials. The program includes everything you need to pass the hearing aid license exam in your state. The hearing aid specialist seminar covers all of the required subject areas including real ear measurement, surgical procedures, infection control and automatic signal processing, to name a few. And just as you would expect, there are sample practice and science based exams too.

For more information about our self-study hearing aid specialist competency license exam seminar, contact us at 800-749-4644 or order online today!