These courses are delivered Face to Face and are open to everyone to attend; parents, teachers, school executives, principals, allied health and medical professionals as well as students. These courses are held at RIDBC Renwick Centre, around Australia and in some international locations.
Many of these sessions are available through remote access from around the country and world.
These sessions offer the research and practical skills as well as networking opportunities.
This course is being delivered using a blended learning model that was begun in 2018 and will finish 7 August 2019. The content has been developed for teachers and professionals who support students who are deaf or hard of hearing in both primary and secondary settings.
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Only another audiologist knows how truly fulfilling, challenging, fascinating and frustrating clinical audiology can be! Do you have a case you can’t crack, or a trick you want to share? Have you had an experience in clinical practice which other audiologists might be interested in sharing and learning from?
This workshop will provide theoretical knowledge and practical experience to enhance the skills of clinicians working in the rehabilitation of adults who have received cochlear implants.
We know implementing effective research-based teaching practices results in positive outcomes in mathematics but…. What beliefs need to be challenged? What practices need to be implemented? What results can we expect?
Improving reading and writing outcomes for deaf students is an ongoing focus for educators and other professionals in our field – even at a time when advances in hearing technologies have allowed for significant gains in many areas of language and literacy development.
This one day conference provides an opportunity for teachers and related professionals to learn more about the current research and practices related to the education of students with hearing loss. Presentations will focus on current research and best practice, and trade displays will bring you up to date with current resources!
This full-day professional development workshop is intended for PE or classroom teachers, Itinerant Support Teachers (Vision), and aides who work with students who are blind or have low vision, who may or may not have additional disabilities.
This workshop will explore all the practical elements of an examination in Braille from the various perspectives of the student, the producer and the teacher
Has it been a while since you assessed a child’s hearing? Would you be interested in working in paediatrics but it’s a daunting prospect because the last time you worked with children was at university? Found yourself in a paediatric setting and feeling a bit rusty?