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Start of a new year of apprenticeship
The Campus Hearing Acoustics welcomes all new apprentices of the hearing acoustic craft and wishes them a good start. In August, classes and industry-wide training sessions will resumes in Lübeck after the summer break. Approximately 3,200 apprentices are currently undergoing the vocational training to become a hearing acoustician professional in Germany. The Campus Hearing Acoustics is pleased that this year another 1,000 young people have chosen to pursue a dual apprenticeship program in the system-relevant health craft.
The Hearing Acoustic craft welcomes its new master craftsmen/women. After intensive preparations, about 250 journeyman/women have already successfully completed their master examination at the Academy for Hearing Acoustics this year. Systematically relevant professions with a Master Craftsman requirement, such as the one of a hearing aid professional, do not rank behind a university degree. As a matter of fact, Master Craftsmen in the hearing acoustic trade are entitled to use the protected designation “Bachelor Professional” in Germany.
The Academy of Hearing Acoustics is Germany’s central education facility for Hearing aid professionals, responsible for the industry-wide vocational training, the Master Craftsman courses as well as continuous professional further education and training. The training courses offered are based on the standards of the professional image and the vocational training regulations. They aim at the acquisition of comprehensive professional, craft-related, social and methodical competencies.
Since 1972 the Campus Hearing Acoustics is jointly operated by the Academy of Hearing Acoustics and the Federal Vocational School for Hearing Aid Professionals. With this inter-campus co-operation, the Academy and the Vocational School, organize the industry-wide vocational training.
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