The Annual Scientific Meeting is well known for its practical, hands-on approach to learning. A variety of site visits, courses and workshops are offered as part of the conference program and must be pre-booked with registration and will be allocated on a first-in-first-served basis.
This year sees two, full-day pre-conference workshops on offer:
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Presentation Skills Workshop
When: 8.00am-5.00pm, Thursday, 19 March 2020 Where: Peppers Silo Hotel, Town Point Function Room Price: $700 for ANZSOM & AFOEM Members, $800 for non-members
Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea will be provided.
We all admire and envy those who can deliver a great presentation! Well, here is your chance to step up and stand out...
As part of the ANZSOM Annual Scientific Meeting in Launceston we are delighted to host an interactive hands on workshop delivered by actor team Imogene and Christoph Hewett from Resonant Integrity. With their unique and engaging approach, they will introduce skills and techniques to help you create and deliver impactful and inspiring presentations, whether to your work team or an audience of 100.
Content will include: contextualisation, emotional intelligence, engaging the audience, and staying on topic, as well as performance tips and multiple approaches to concept presentation. It will also address the challenges of communicating with the media, with strategies to ensure clarity of message so that you optimise impact and reduce risk.
This 1-day workshop provides efficient, hands-on training for small groups in the basic skills required to conduct hearing tests on adults, primarily within general practice and health assessment organisations.
During the workshop, students will learn how to conduct audiometry, perform otoscopy and manage the numerous elements that can affect the accuracy of hearing test results.
Conducting a hearing test looks simple enough but there is more going on than meets the eye. Research reveals that formal training produces accuracy, competence and confidence in practitioners enhancing the quality and reputation of the service provider.
The course combines theory and practical training in a compact format, utilising a range of teaching methods and materials including:
Practical workbook exercises
Industry examples from experienced testers
Demonstrations and role plays
Hands-on practice session (audiometry and otoscopy)
At the completion of this workshop students will have achieved a basic understanding of the skills and knowledge required to be an audiometric tester with confidence in applying the skills in the workplace.
A course manual and use of equipment in practice sessions is provided.