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 workshop will explore notoriously difficult problem of introducing tactile graphics to young congenitally blind learners.
This course is intended to provide participants with the competencies required to assist in supporting students who are deaf or hard of hearing in their learning environment.
The course is intended to provide participants with the skills and competencies required to assist them in supporting students who are blind or have low vision in thier school.
Ensuring everyone can actively engage and enjoy digital publishing content
(ePUB, audiobooks and book apps) is the right decision from an ethical, legal and business perspective.
Do you work with young children with hearing loss and their families? Do you support young children with hearing loss in a childcare. Preschool or kindergarten? Are you interested to know what you can do to include more purposeful play as a basis for learning?
This two day course will provide participants with the opportunity to hear from keynote presenters as well as break off into streams that focus on deaf hard of hearing students/clients, blind and low vision students/clients as well as those that switch users.
In this one day hands-on workshop participants will explore ways that they can make STEM teaching and learning activities accessible as well as the gaming options for students who require alternate access options.
This workshop will identify all relevant principles essential in having a true understanding of Braille transcription of mathematical material K – 6. It will address the various Braille code signs and modes and give a comprehensive understanding of why things are brailled as they are when an almost identical item is brailled differently.
This workshop will identify all relevant principles essential in having a true understanding of braille transcription of mathematical material 7 – 12. It will address the various braille code signs and modes at this level and give a comprehensive understanding of why things are brailled as they are when an almost identical item is brailled differently.
This day will present a focus on early identification of eye and vision problems in children aged 0-5 years.