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Curriculum based programs that assist medical students to understand the importance of ENT and Audiological disorders.  Options can include identifying, diagnosing , managing and referring confidently, patients with ear and hearing disorders.

Your patient’s ear and hearing health is as unique as individual fingerprints. It is something that can change slowly over a period of years or may be sudden. Each type of change requires individual management. Sometimes patients in the GP clinic or in hospital are unaware of hearing loss until their meical professional brings it to their attention

Our ear and hearing healthcare experts provide blended learning programs that include practical skills based curriculum events that facilitate proficiency in the area of ENT and Audiology.

MOULAGE: The Art of Creating Simulated Wounds

CALLING ALL SIMULATION EDUCATORS, FIRST RESPONDERS AND FILM & TV MAKEUP ARTISTS!! EAR SCIENCE INSTITUTE AUSTRALIA PRESENTS: MOULAGE: The Art of Creating Simulated Wounds Friday 12th May 2017

Communication Excellence for Healthcare Practices

Deliver Oustanding Communication for Excellent Customer Service Course content: Tailored to Practice Nurses and Reception Staff, this half day course explores:

A Lump in the Throat

On the 12th of September 2016 the Avant Education Centre will be fully booked by Notre Dame University. Second year medical students will use the Avant Education Centre's state of the art facilities to develop a deep understanding of the throat. 

Ear Week - Notre Dame Medical Students Private Booking

On the 13th of June 2016 the Avant Education Centre will be fully booked by Notre Dame University. First year medical students will use the Avant Education Centre's state of the art facilities to develop a deep understanding of the ear, nose and throat. 

Ear/Balance University of Western Australia Medical Students Private Booking

The ESIA Avant Education Centre is fully booked over the 9th and 10th of June by the University of Western Australia. Second year medical students will use the Avant Education Centre's state of the art facilities to develop a deep understanding of the ear, nose and throat.

ALS Level 1: Immediate Life Support

Provides skills and knowledge to recognize, assess and manage patients in an immediate period of crisis Course Content: