Principal Audiologist & Owner
BMus, MAudSt, MAudSA (CCP)
Wesley has worked as a clinical audiologist across some of Queensland’s busiest clinics. He has helped thousands of clients from the Gold Coast to North Queensland hear better. Wesley has a particularly strong interest in hearing aid technology, enabling him to select and customise the most appropriate devices to suit the range of clients he engages with on a daily basis.
Having previously worked as the National Business Development Manager for one of Australia’s largest audiological equipment suppliers and hearing aid manufacturers, he was responsible for training audiologists and audiometrists from across the country in various clinical procedures and hearing aid technology. He has also filled a national clinical training role for one of Australia’s largest hearing clinics and been a guest lecturer at several universities.
In addition to Fidelity Hearing Centre, Wesley is both a full member and a board member of EARS Inc., an Australian, not-for-profit organisation dedicated to reducing the impact of deafness and increasing access to hearing care through the training and equipping of health workers and teachers in developing countries.
BA, MAudSt, MAudA (CCP)
Trinette was born and raised in South-West Queensland, completing her schooling in Roma before moving to Brisbane to pursue tertiary studies.
Her love of music and languages led her to complete a Bachelor of Arts at Griffith University (majoring in Music History and Italian) followed by a Graduate Certificate in TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages). However, it wasn’t until Trinette enrolled in the Masters of Audiology Studies at the University of Queensland in 2006 that she discovered a career that would become her passion.
Having worked for one of Queensland’s largest and busiest Audiology clinics for almost nine years, she has gained extensive clinical expertise in both paediatric and adult diagnostics and aural rehabilitation. She is now looking forward to bringing these skills to Fidelity Hearing Centre in Highfields where she is excited to be working in her local community to assist people with their hearing needs.
James joins Fidelity Hearing Centre as a fellow UQ Alumni, graduating with a Masters of Audiology Studies in 2017. Originating from Melbourne and having lived across the world from Central America to Canada, James now calls Lockyer Valley home.
His strengths in innovative problem solving, technology and audiology has helped people find new life in their improved hearing ability.