Boot Camp is a one week training seminar for new Hearing Care Practitioners with limited experience testing, selling, or fitting hearing instruments. Most attendees are still preparing to become licensed. Boot camp is designed to ensure hearing evaluations are performed correctly and completely and to lay the groundwork for more advanced learning in the hearing care field.
2601 Patriot Blvd.
Glenview, IL 60026
This course discusses the new Beltone Amaze hearing care system. Beltone Amaze offers patients the best sound quality, most comprehensive connectivity options, remote fine tuning and fast and reliable rechargeability. Product features and patient benefits will be discussed along with a review of the fitting requirements. This course is offered for continuing education in partnership with AudiologyOnline.
This course reviews the many patient benefits associated with adding the Beltone HearMax App and Remote Care into a hearing care protocol. The course will also showcase best practices and fitting tools that can be used to make the integration of the Beltone HearMax App and Remote Care a smooth and easy process for both patient and hearing care provider. This course is offered for continuing education in partnership with AudiologyOnline.
This course will review recent updates to the Beltone HearMax App and Remote Care feature. Strategies for incorporating HearMax and Remote Care into the patient fitting process will also be discussed.
This course will compare and contrast the current Beltone product portfolio with other hearing technologies on the market. The course will focus on Beltone’s feature set and wireless offerings and highlight the unique patient benefits offered with Beltone’s advanced technology.
This course, Troubleshoot Your Way To A Better Beltone Fit, will allow us to review a variety of information useful to troubleshooting hearing instruments and wireless connectivity. We will take a look at different unusual cases seen in the field with tips and tricks for adjusting and tackling problematic complaints.
Beltone Amaze covers all the bases: Sound Quality, Connectivity, Rechargeability, and Beltone Care. These Beltone Amaze courses will help keep you on top of your game as you help your patients with the most complete hearing care solution.
All courses are available in the Amaze Curriculum. Every user of Beltone University was assigned the overview course.
Introducing Beltone Amaze
Beltone's newest instrument, the Beltone Amaze is the most comprehensive instrument we have released. This course is a quick overview of the new features and benefits of our newest Beltone family membe.
Beltone Amaze Hardware
Beltone Amaze offers your patients the industry’s most comprehensive and finest product. Learn about the aid itself in this course.
Beltone Amaze Features
Beltone Amaze's new chip platform provides improved performance for all of our features as well as adds a few new ones. Find out all about it in this course.
Beltone Amaze Solus Max 1.3
This course will review the improvements and additions to Solus Max 1.3 software incorporated for Beltone Amaze.
Beltone Amaze: HearMax Updates
This presentation will explore the updates and improvements in the Beltone HearMax app that are made possible by the Beltone Amaze's new processing chip.
Beltone Amaze Competitive Comparison
This course will provide a head-to-head comparison between our competition and the new Beltone Amaze.
Beltone Amaze: Hear the Difference
Listen to sound demos of the new Beltone Amaze. Situations include Speech in Quiet, Speech in Noise, live Music, and Streaming Music.
Beltone was first to market with a hearing telehealth solution. To ease the transistion into new technology, Beltone University has tools and courses helping you to incorporate the HearMax App with Remote Care into your delivery. Together we can give our patients an even better hearing experience.
The Why of Remote Care
Understanding the importance of tele-health in our evolving health care environment is useful in knowing what your patients want and expect.
Incorporating HearMax App and Remote Care Into Your Fitting Protocol
Best practices gathered from Beltone HCPs in the field are shared to assist in the incorporation of Beltone Apps into the Product Recommendation, Delivery, and all subsequent appointments.
Hearing Aid Battery Technology
Since the emergence of digital hearing aids in the late 1980s, hearing aid technology has changed at an incredible rate. As the technology advanced, it put greater energy demands on hearing aid batteries. Wireless connectivity, for example, places significant demand on a hearing aid battery. A zinc-air battery that may have lasted two weeks in the 1990s may only last a few days for a patient using a modern hearing aid. This is why newer battery technologies have been introduced for hearing aids, and why it is important to review those technologies.