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The Navy’s Hearing Conservation Program goal is to prevent personnel from suffering occupational hearing loss due to noise exposure. Training is crucial to the success of the Hearing Conservation Program. Here you will find the Hearing Conservation Training Course Material.

Student Training Material

1.1 Hearing Conservation Overview
1.2 DOEHRS HC User Creation Practicum
1.3 Properties of Sound
1.4 Noise Measurement and Control
1.5 Noise Measurement and Control
1.6 Anatomy and Physiology of the Ear
1.7 Ear Disorders and Hearing Loss
1.8 Audiometer and Test Environment
1.9 Counseling Review
2.1 Unit Identification Code Practicum
2.2 Demographic Data Practicum
2.3 Audiometric Techniques and Considerations
2.4 Hearing Protection Devices
2.5 Audiometric Testing and Follow-up
2.6 Counseling Review
3.1 Counseling Strategies
3.2 Recordkeeping
3.3 Regulations
3.4 Hearing Program Team Roles
3.5 Audiometric Testing Practicum 1
3.6 DOEHRS HC Additional Functions 1
3.7 Counseling Review
4.1 Audiogram Entry Practicum
4.2 Re-establish Baseline from a Previous Audiogram Practicum
4.3 Audiometric Testing Practicum 2
4.4 DOEHRS HC Additional Functions 2
4.5 Health Education and Training

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8 Octave Chromatic C Scale
Causes and Types of Hearing Loss
Cochlear Animation
Hair Cell Rock Out
Laser Scanner Oscilloscope Test

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