Workshops & Trainings for Educators
Clarke is committed to helping all children who are deaf and hard of hearing reach their full potential. As a significant part of this commitment, Clarke offers a variety of workshops and training programs to prepare future teachers to work with children with hearing loss and provide opportunities for current teachers of the deaf and mainstream educators to learn and develop new skills that will benefit their students.
Professional Preparation in Cochlear Implants
Clarke Philadelphia is proud to partner with The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia to offer a special program for professionals: Professional Preparation in Cochlear Implants (PPCI). Professional Preparation in Cochlear Implants (PPCI) is an intensive program for professionals providing early intervention services for children (0-5) or school age (5 to 10 years) with cochlear implants. It is specifically designed for teachers of deaf children, speech-language pathologists and educational audiologists with beginning-to-limited experience in providing (re)habilitation services to children with implants. More information on PPCI.
Friday, May 3, 2013, Sturbridge, MA. Join us at this day-long training designed specifically for speech and language pathologists in Sturbridge, MA. Other professionals, including teachers of the deaf, early intervention providers, and audiologists, and parents of children with hearing loss are also welcome. Learn more.
Auditory-Verbal Practice: State of the Art (workshop)
October 11, 2013, Philadelphia, PA
Workshop description and registration information.
October 17-18, 2013, Springfield, MA. Building A Sound Future Together, The 34th Annual Fall Conference on Mainstreaming Students with Hearing Loss, Sheraton Hotel, Springfield, MA.
Oral Transliterating Workshops
Clarke offers the only program in the United States that trains educational oral transliterators. Educational oral transliterators facilitate communication for children who are deaf and hard of hearing in the classroom. This training program, held on the Northampton campus, is offered for a total of 3.0 CEUs from The Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID).
About The Program
This 30-hour workshop is designed for individuals who will be working in educational settings. All others will be considered on an individual basis. Activities, discussions and materials will focus on classroom environments.
If you are interested in attending a training, visit our registration page or contact Barbara Rochon at 413.587.7313 or email email@example.com. Final dates will be announced on our website.
New! Webinar Series
A variety of enriching virtual seminars designed for early intervention and allied professionals.