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Training & Rewards Program

As part of our ongoing commitment to the audiology community we have created a partnership with the HEARing Cooperative Research Centre that enables us to get the latest version of the Sound Storm application into the hands of qualified audiologists for testing and showcasing purposes.

If you would like to learn more about Sound Storm, how it works and be part of this program, we encourage you to participate in a one-hour training module about the app. The training was developed by the HEARing Cooperative Research Centre (CRC), a multidisciplinary collaboration of 21 Members, each of which contributes specific expertise and infrastructure to research, commercialisation and education programs. It has offices at the University of Melbourne’s Departmentof Audiology and Speech Pathology and the Australian Hearing Hub, Sydney. 

Access the training module: www.hearnetlearning.org.au/soundstorm

Rewards & Recognition

As an accredited audiologist, and to thank you for completing the training, we will provide you with an access code to download the Sound Storm app for free. Please complete the form below, attach your HEARnet Learning completion certificate and your industry credentials. In addition, we will also feature you on our ‘Find an Audiologist’ page on the Sound Storm website.

We may also contact you to ask some questions about your experience with Sound Storm and to be part of a study group doing product testing and evaluation.

Please note: Sound Storm does not profit from the training module. All proceeds go to The HEARing Cooperative Research Centre (CRC), which supports research into and education about hearing loss.

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