At Boots Hearingcare we believe that Audiology is an important healthcare provision. With an ageing population and a greater reliance on technology we are in a prime position to truly deliver on our mission of “Restoring People’s Worlds”. We believe it’s important to invest in our future Audiologists and take those newly qualified in a BSc in Audiology as the benchmark for great hearingcare support. This is why we have a three year Graduate Development Programme to build on the excellent foundations of the degree.
The objectives of our three year Graduate Development Programme are:
To support and equip graduates to make the transition smoothly from student to Boots Hearingcare Hearing Aid Audiologist (HAA).
To enable clinical excellence for our HAAs from day one throughout their career with us
- To enhance basic product knowledge through induction and inclusion in regular product development updates via the Professional Standards (PS) team.
- To develop commercial acumen and leadership skills to support work in clinics in store. To spot talent and build up a succession plan for our business.
When it comes to support it’s all about balance. At Boots Hearingcare we base our learning around the 70/20/10 model. The majority of your development will happen “on the job”, you will learn by doing and being in clinic. 20% of your learning will be with support from your Line Manager, Mentor and those in your local support network. You will only gain further development in the classroom environment if there’s a specific business need (e.g.: a new product launch). This blend of learning will allow you to apply the practical knowledge and skill you have into a live working environment underpinned by the Academy and L&D Audiology team.
To learn more book a place at one of our assessessment days.
If you have missed these dates please contact email@example.com