The Audiologist and Hearing Aid Dispenser
Experience and Education
Peter Byrom took the traditional route into Audiology through the BTEC Science and professional exams organised by the British Association of Audiology Technicians (BAAT) while training in NHS clinics at Barnsley, Sheffield Children’s and The Royal Hallamshire Hospitals in Sheffield. Having gained a certificate in Audiology at Nottingham University, he then completed a Diploma in Healthcare and Bachelor of Healthcare Science degree (Audiology) at the university of Leeds before moving to Rotherham Foundation NHS Trust where he became the clinical lead for adult audiology services and completed an Master of Science in Advanced Practice, also at the University of Leeds. In November 2017 he left the NHS to run his private practice from Thornbury and Claremont Hospitals.