Dr Andrew Sciberras began his carrier in Audiology in 1998 when he attended a training course leading to the Baat part 1 and 2 at the School of Audiology at University College London. Since then he was employed by the Health Department until October 2015. In 2006, Andrew Sciberras graduated from University College London with a Masters degree in Audiological Science and in 2014 Graduated with highest honours from Nova Southeastern University in Florida with a Doctor of Audiology. He has h a vast experience in the field of audiology carrying out many tasks in various areas that include Adult Audiology, Peadiatric Audiology, Hearing aids, and was a key player in introducing the cochlear implant programme in Malta. Andrew also took an active role in helping to run the daily clinics in the Audiology unit both at St Luke’s Hospital and at Mater Dei Hospital. Andrew also set up his own hearing aid clinic in 2000. He used to manufacture his own moulds and always kept up to date with the latest technology and evidence based practice to be able to provide the best service to his clients. Andrew also had some academic roles where he supervised MCAST and University of Malta students during their clinical placements and even carried out some lectures for the MSc in Audiology programme organised by the University of Malta. He also is a recognised supervisor by Aston University in Birmingham, UK. Andrew also was invited as a guest speaker by a major cochlear implant company to give some talks in Bulgaria and Estonia. Andrew is a fully registered professional and has a warrant to practise the Audiology Profession in Malta. He was a key player in registering the profession of Audiology with the Council of Professionals Complementary to Medicine.