Better understand children and young people and learn how to create an inclusive environment to promote effective learning and positive behaviour.
"The course was both challenging and engaging, providing me with a great knowledge base to continue my professional learning within the workforce. Each subject I undertook not only empowered me to develop my skills as an educator but also to become a more evidence-based practitioner."
Abbey Anstey, Master of Learning Intervention
Teacher of the Deaf, Charles La Trobe College
Master of Learning Intervention
Implement evidence-based teaching strategies that optimises student learning for young people with a range of learning difficulties.
Graduate Certificate in Learning Intervention
Get an introduction to the Master's program and gain the skills to create an inclusive environment for children and young people.
Graduate Certificate in Education (Specific Learning Difficulties)
Gain the skills to better support the needs of students with specific learning difficulties such as literacy, numeracy and language learning.
Professional Certificate in Education (Autism Spectrum Conditions)
Draw on research spanning education and psychology to improve the learning experiences of students with autism.
Learn how to identify, assess and implement evidence-based interventions for students with a range of learning needs - including disability, autism, hearing impairment and other specific learning difficulties. You will develop a range of skills to equip you to work across early childhood settings, in mainstream and specialist schools and other institutions.