Online Learning

The RIDBC Renwick Centre offers comprehensive e-Learning programs covering:

  • Interactive Lectures
  • Audio and Video Resources
  • Downloads, Forums and Quizzes

Many of these resources are free to access, however some require registration.

To register, please click on the Register link at the bottom of the course description. Alternatively print off the Continuing Professional Education Course Registration Form (PDF 319KB) below. Fill it out and fax/post it to RIDBC Renwick Centre.

CPE Registration Form

 

AUD$150

This is a series of six online lectures related to all areas of audiology. These sessions can be accessed via captioned recording. This series is a collaboration between the RIDBC Renwick Centre and Cochlear Australia and New Zealand. These seminars have been endorsed by the Audiological Society of Australia for 1.5 CPD points and the AG Bell Academy for Listening and Spoken Language has approved the program to offer 1 LSLS™ CEU each.

AUD$30 per lecture

In this series of one-hour presentations, Dr. Karen Wolffe introduces listeners to areas of concern in the lives of children and youth with visual impairments that are often overlooked or under-represented in general education and home settings: Career Education, Social Skills, Recreation & Leisure, Transition, and Independent Living.

AUD$100

This series of webinars focused on the analysis of objective and subjective student performance and learning environment data to inform school support services. The four seminars have been endorsed by the Audiological Society of Australia for 1.5 CPD points each.

$30

It is essential that technology provides excellent auditory access. This workshop will discuss the Red Flags that can help identify if technology is doing what we think it is doing. We will discuss how to know if technology is too loud, too soft, or distorted. We will discuss the role of audiologists, speech-language pathologists, auditory therapists and parents in identifying problems with technology.

Free of Charge

Children receiving bilateral implants have specific needs with regard to clinical management, particularly when the implants are received sequentially in two separate operations. Some of the issues to be raised in preoperative counseling to ensure families make an informed decision and are prepared for the postoperative period will be reviewed. Aspects of postoperative management, particularly the promotion of bilateral implant use, will also be discussed.

Free of Charge

Cochlear has an extensive portfolio of resources to support the wider community. This session will introduce participants to new resources that they may find helpful in therapy including, 'My Experience Book' App, 'Track a Listening Child', 'Sound Foundation for Children', 'LEAPing on with Language' (for school aged children). Information about the many new resources, including the new data logging feature in Nucleus 6 may be useful to assist with tracking and monitoring the child's

$30

How do we know if technology is appropriate and appropriately set? This presentation will discuss validation of technology performance to determine if technology is appropriate, evaluation of speech perception, and when to consider changing technology or moving to cochlear implants.

Free of Charge

UEB Online is a training program for sighted people to learn Unified English Braille (UEB). Unified English Braille has been adopted by many countries and replaces standard english braille. This program is the first online UEB training tool. The program is suitable for classroom and specialist teachers, parents, teacher aides and other professionals supporting children and adults with vision impairment.

$30

This workshop will discuss when different types of technology are appropriate. We will use case examples to help understand how to determine if technology is providing appropriate benefit, and how to determine when it is time to modify technology settings or to move to different technology.

Free of Charge

Microtia and Atresia are low incidence congenital disorders with, in 90% of cases, the condition being unilateral; therefore support services have been loosely structured and perhaps not always seen as a priority. A combination of Universal Newborn Hearing Screening and changing perceptions as to the educational, behavioural, social and emotional impacts of unilateral hearing loss has resulted in an increased number of families who have children with Microtia and/or Atresia enrolling in

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