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Presenter Training

Presenter Training will qualify participants to run one day KWS Workshops.
To become a Key Word Sign Presenter, there is a 4 day training course followed by a supervised workshop. 
To attend Presenter training, there is an application process which is evaluate by the committee to make sure this is the right training for you. You need to attend a 1-day Basic KWS workshop before applying.
The training course is intensive and includes lectures with assessment tasks. Topics covered include introduction to communication, augmentative and alternative communication, current research issues, teaching techniques, adult learning and sign production. Presenter training is open to anyone who feels they have an appropriate amount of background knowledge to be able to present the information in a Basic workshop. 
The supervised workshop must be completed with 12 months of completing the training.

Further updates and news about presenter training will be posted on this web site and via Twitter and Facebook. Please monitor these pages for further information. 

See below for the upcoming KWS NSW presenter training.