Date(s) - 05/11/2020 - 06/11/2020
8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Griffiths III Part 2 Face to Face training: Brisbane 5th – 6th November 2020
Some Griffiths III Part II three-day practical courses have been postponed during the ongoing COVID – 19 pandemic. ARICD are proposing some flexibility in the Part II three-day practical course to reflect and acknowledge the varying socially distancing guidelines in different countries, depending on the local prevalence of COVID -19. The ARICD Training and Education Committee are currently converting the more theoretical sections of the Practical Face-to-Face Training to a telepractice module which can be completed at any time to suit the trainees’ circumstances.
We are therefore, offering a shortened two-day face-to-face practical Griffiths III, Part III New User Course following your completion of the Part I e-Learning Module and the new Griffiths III Part II video module. This Part III training is required to be registered as a Griffiths III User. You will need to provide your Certificates of Completion for the Part I and Part II eModules before coming to the Part III Practical New User Training.
The fees for the Part I and Part II eModules are separate from the fee for this shortened Part III practical course. Part I and Part II eModules fees are paid directly on the ARICD website, whereas the fee for our Part III course is paid directly to the Course Organiser, Tania Pomario (See fee details below).
If you are interested in attending the November Griffiths III course to be held at Griffith University in Brisbane, you should email the Course Coordinator, Tania Pomario and request an application form. Further information about this course will then be sent to you. Places are limited and allocated by a selection process. Registration approval is based on ARICD requirements for attending a course, suitability of the applicant’s qualifications and the number of spaces available.
Acceptance into the course will also depend upon Health Department Guidelines and State border restrictions. This course will be run under these guidelines, including limits on the number of people per room and by providing some presentations via Zoom. Trainees will be provided with hands on practical experience assessing children.
Once accepted into this Practical Part III New User Course, trainees can then enrol in the Part I e-Learning Module and express an interest in undertaking the new Griffiths III Part II video module. It is anticipated that this video module will be available by end of July 2020. The Part II video module will include sections to help participants consolidate their learning from Part I and enable them to learn how to administer, score, interpret and report the Griffiths III assessment, in preparation for attending our Part III New User two-day practical course.
Dates: Thursday 5th – Friday 6th November 2020 inclusive.
Thursday 5th November: 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Please arrive promptly.
Friday 6th November: 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Venue: Psychology Building (M24) Griffith University, Mount Gravatt Campus, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
Tutors: Karen Gee PSM, MAPS, FCEDP, Educational and Developmental Psychologist; Michael Gee, Psychologist MAPS.
Tutor-Trainee ratio: 1:2
Number of Trainee places: 6
Fees: $1500 per person (Note: this excludes fees for the Part I eModule and the Part II Video Module which are paid directly on the ARICD website).
Please note: If you wish to attend this course, please contact Tania Pomario, the Course Organiser to request an application form, as places are limited and allocated by a selection process. An invoice for payment will be sent to successful applicants and a place is reserved in the course when payment is received.
You cannot enrol for this Part III course on the ARICD website.
Enquiries and contact Email: email@example.com
Equipment and Course Manuals: Test kits and the manuals will be available for use during the course but arrangements can be made for you to purchase an Administration Manual prior to the course from the test distributor in Australia, Psychological Assessments Australia (PAA). This manual will assist with preparation for the Part I eModule, the Part II Video Module and our Part III two-day practical course. On occasion, some trainees purchase a kit in advance which can be delivered by PAA to the Course Coordinator at the course venue, not the trainees address. Please note that the use of the kit requires that the trainee attend a practical course and receive accreditation following the training.
Meals: Meals and refreshments can be purchased from the University café or please bring your own. For Health and Safety reasons food, drinks and utensils will not be supplied.
Accommodation: A list of local accommodation will be forwarded to successful applicants alongside course information.