Monthly Archives: April 2015

  • deafConnectEd is really excited about the upcoming series of workshops for deaf and hard of hearing school leavers being co-ordinated by Vicdeaf. The first workshop on Self Advocacy and the Deaf Community will feature Melissa Lowrie of Deaf Victoria. She will train Year 10-12 students on Thursday 7 May on Self Advocacy & the Deaf community, […]

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  • The Australian Council for Private Education and Training (ACPET) and the National Disability Coordination Officer Program (NDCO) recently released a resource: Building Confidence in Enrolling Learners with Disability for Providers of Education and Training. This publication outlines relevant legislation, training provider obligations, case studies and practical hints. The publication is available from: Building Confidence in […]

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  • Although our budget is modest, deafConnectEd is keen to support interpreters, Auslan teachers and students by developing language resources and offering innovative learning opportunities. deafConnectEd was therefore very proud to sponsor the first in a new series of presentations by the iAuslan team called: iAuslan+ Luke King was the first presenter in the iAuslan+ series, […]

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