It has been over 12 months since the new ILC Training area was launched. Over this time, ILC has been able to offer a range of new, interesting and diverse training topics that are relevant to the health, disability and community care sectors. We continue to deliver our core range of professional training sessions in the area of assistive technology and equipment, as well as community information sessions for various client and carer groups.
To grow the range of training that ILC can offer; staying up to date with trends, changes and reform in our sectors is important and ensures we are able to deliver training that is relevant and timely. Examples include our upcoming Allied Health Leadership and Development Course, “The Practice Room”, a 2 day course to develop leadership skills in local WA allied health practitioners in a time of so much change in the disability sector. Assisting the sector to stay up to date with emerging technology is an important part of ILC’s role. We are looking forward to hosting Kevin Doughty, an international speaker on Smart Assistive Technology, who will share information on a range of assistive technology, how AT is changing and will highlight other international projects in the assistive technology area.
September is looking to be a busy month in ILC Training. We have a range workshops available.
For more information or to register, please visit the ‘What’s On’ page of our website.
1st September 2015: Key Word Signing – Basic workshop
For parents, carers, therapists, educators and support workers who are interested in learning or refreshing their skills in Key Word Signing.
Only 9 places left!
4th September 2015: Smart Assistive Technology Seminar with International Speaker, Kevin Doughty.
For people living with disability, carers, support workers, CAEP coordinators, planners, LAC’s, allied health professionals and disability service providers.
Only 26 places left!
21st to 22nd September 2015: Allied Health Professionals – Leadership and Development Course “The Practice Room”
Presented by Zakumi. In light of the current reform and changes in the disability and aged care sectors, this 2 day workshop is a timely opportunity for allied health professionals to come together and develop their leadership and professional skills.
See this link for more information on this Perth based workshop.
Only 18 places left!
If you have ideas or requests for training that ILC could offer, we would love to hear from you.
Please contact Kelly Savage, ILC Training Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org.