Board of Examiners for Hearing Instrument Specialists
NOTICE - NEW EDUCATION REQUIRMENTS
Also, beginning January 1, 2013, or any date thereafter when an associate degree program in hearing instrument sciences is available from a state or regionally accredited institution within Missouri, an applicant for a hearing instrument specialist license or a hearing instrument specialist-in-training permit shall hold:
1) An associate's degree or higher in hearing instrument science; or
2) A master's or doctoral degree in audiology from a state or regionally accredited institution.
NOTICE - NEW TEMPORARY PERMIT HOLDER TRAINING REQUIRMENTSBeginning July 2009, "As part of the trianing of a hearing instrument specialist in training, s/he shall attend classes that would be approved for a licensee to renew his/her license under 20 CSR 2165-2.050
(A) Three (3) hours of such training shall be completed every six (6) months.
(B) A person in training less than six (6) months need not complete such training.
(C) Proof of completion of such training shall be attached to the attestaion form completed by the registered supervisor."
Please see section 20 CSR 2165-2.010 regarding Hearing Instrument Spcialist in Training (Temporary Permits).
All applications submitted to the Board's office must contain an original signature. No fax copies or emails will be accepted.
Application for License
Change of Supervision
Hearing Instrument Specialist Supervision Attestation Form
Registration of Supervision
Temporary Permit Extension Form