OAR 331-650-0006
Trainee Supervisor Requirements

A trainee supervisor is a person who supervises an individual who has a trainee registration. A trainee supervisor must:
(1) Meet the requirements of either (1)(a) or (1)(b) of this section:
(a) Be an audiologist licensed under ORS Chapter 681 (Hearing, Speech, Music Therapy and Art Therapy Professionals) who has been licensed and practicing for at least four years; or
(b) Hold an active hearing aid specialist license and who has been actively practicing for at least four years; and
(A) Have no unresolved or outstanding disciplinary actions; and
(B) Attest to completing the IHS Distance Learning Program for Professionals in Hearing Health Sciences; or
(C) Attest to having three or more years of National Board Certification.
(2) Retain all training forms for two years and make them available to the Office upon request.
(3) Not provide direct supervision to more than four trainees.
(4) Not provide training as outlined in OAR 331-640-0005 (Hearing Aid Specialist Training (HAST) Program) until the Office has received a trainee registration agreement and Declaration of Responsibility for the trainee being supervised.
(5) Include the supervisor’s name, license number, and date of review next to the trainee’s signature on any audiogram, order form, chart notes and any other hearing aid service documentation.
(6) Notify the Office in writing within five calendar days if the trainee is no longer being supervised, and must provide a Certification of Training form to the Office showing the number of hours of training completed.
(7) Not allow a trainee to obtain experience and training in connection with the supervisor’s practice without a valid trainee registration.

Source: Rule 331-650-0006 — Trainee Supervisor Requirements, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=331-650-0006.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

Rule 331-650-0006’s source at or​.us