Postgraduate Diploma in Pathology of the Auditory System and Otolaryngology Emergencies

 

This course is aimed at professionals of hearing rehabilitation (audiologist, speech and audiology therapist, etc) who wish to gain knowledge on Hearing Pathology as well as managed Otolaryngology Emergencies.

This Course is part of the Master in Clinical Audiology and Hearing Therapy, certified by University Isabel I.

Modality: Online

Duration: 1 month

Estimated number of study hours: 100 hours

Tuition Fee: 300€

Start Dates: April 1st, 2019

Teachers: 

Juan José Góngora Lencina PhD: ENT Specialist at Hospital Universitario San Cecilio in Granada, Spain.

Idoia Palicio MSc: Graduate in Medicine, Master in Biomedical Engineering and Specialist in Audiology.

Entry Requirements:

Students who wish to enroll in this Course must be a professional in Audiology (With a Bachelor or Technician Degree) or equivalent.

Students with other academic or professional profiles must contact with SAERA (info@saera.eu) before submitting the enrolment form.

Study Programme

 

Pathology of the auditory system:

  1. Examination and assessment
  2. Ear diseases
  3. Vertigo. Pathophysiology of Vestibular Vertiginous Syndromes

 

Otolaryngology Emergencies:

  1. Ear: Acute Otitis Media and Mastoiditis, External Otitis, Malignant External Otitis, Pinna Infection, Sudden Hearing Loss,Trauma, Middle Ear, Tympanic Membrane Perforation, Complications Related to Implanted Devices.
  2. Vertigo: Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV), Neuronitis, Labyrinthitis.
  3. Facial Paralysis
  4. Nose: Epistaxis, Septal Hematoma and Abscess, Nasal Bone Fracture, Sinusitis, Nasal Foreign Body.
  5. Neck: Oropharyngea, Laryngeal, Cervical, Pharyngolaryngeal and Esophageal Foreign Bodies.

 

*The sequence and contents may vary slightly, but all material will cover the same course topics

Methodology

 

The methodology of this Course is adapted to the e-learning model. Our classes are asynchronous, i.e. it is not necessary to be in the campus on a determined schedule.

This model is extremely flexible allowing you to study around existing work and family commitments. The majority of our students are also working while they study online with us.

You will find the Course content available from day one. The student must submit the assignments proposed by the teacher, as well as the questionnaires that they may contain.

The programme is developed in a continuous evaluation. The assessment of each module can be made up of tutor-marked assignments, usually essay or short-answer questions, clinical cases, etc. and computer-marked assignments which are made up of a series of questions and you choose the answers from a given selection. The final mark will be the arithmetic mean of the marks obtained in the assignments. Marks are expressed in numbers from 1 to 10, where a 5 or over is considered a Pass.

The distance learning model combines teaching through virtual classroom, tutorial support and online self-learning.

The students of the Course are connected and in constant communication through the discussion forums and the internal messaging of the virtual campus itself. This will help them solve doubts by exchanging knowledge and acquiring greater skills when it comes to passing the course.

Accreditation

 

The student will obtain a Postgraduate Diploma in Pathology of the Auditory System and Otolaryngology Emergencies with a duration of 4 ECTS (100 hours of training). The certificate obtained upon completion of the Course will be issued and awarded by University Isabel I.

Optional recognition

The students have the option to include in their certificate the recognition of the Hague Apostille. A country that signs the Hague Convention recognizes the legal effectiveness of a public document issued in another country that signs the Convention.

If the convention applies between two countries, such apostille is sufficient to certify a document’s validity, and removes the need for double-certification, by the originating country and then by the receiving country.

To acquire it, consult us .

Also visit the Updated list of the Countries adhering to the Convention

Application and Admission

 

Start Dates and Application Deadlines

It may take several days to complete all steps of the application procedure, so make sure to start your application well in time.

Start Date: April 1st, 2019

Application Deadline: March 25th

 

Steps to enrol:

 

1- Download your application form and fill it in

2- Email your application form to info@saera.eu

4- Await our response confirming your elegibility

5- Confirm your place and  payment option

 

Need Help Enrolling?

If you need any assistance in enrolling, please feel free to contact us at info@saera.eu or send us a text using our WhatsApp number (+34) 651 439 480 and one of our staff will assist you.

Tuition fee payment

 

Pay in full 

300€

Instalments

You have the option to reserve your place by paying half the fee (150€) now and the rest before the starting date of the Course.

Payment methods

Virtual Shop – Only for payments in full. Access to our shop website, registrate and use your credit/debit card to purchase your course.

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Paypal – We will send you a payment request by email with a link to our PayPal account, where you can make the payment using your credit or debit card.

Paying your tuition fees by bank transfer

The payment must be made to the below bank account:

Bank account:  ES37 0049 1078 1626 1062 1943

Bank: Banco Santander           

SWIFT/BIC Code: BSCHESMM

Account holder: School of Advanced Education, Research and Accreditation, S.L.

Subject: “Pathology of the Auditory System and Otolaryngology Emergencies” – Name and Surname” 

Course summary

Applications being accepted

 

 1 month (Apr 1st, 2019 to Apr 30th, 2019)

 

Totally Online

 

300€

 

4 ECTS

 

Application Form (PDF)