Date(s) - 16/09/2020 - 18/09/2020
Due to COVID-19, the course has been postponed.
Registrants should not pay for the course in advance at this stage. Their places will be reserved in the course and an invoice re-issued when a new course date has been set.
Enquiries and contact email re course information: email@example.com
This is Part II of the Training Course for New Users of Griffiths III, for candidates who have paid for and completed the Part I e-learning module. You will need your Certificate of Completion of Part I in order to be accepted for the course. For details on becoming a New User of Griffiths III, please see how to-be-a-new-Griffiths-III-user on the ARICD website. The fee for Part I is separate from the fee for Part II. The Part I fee is paid directly on the ARICD website, whereas the fee for the Part II three-day course is paid directly to the Course organiser.
Friday 18th September: 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: 1:4
Number of Trainee places: 8
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. This selection process will be discussed with the Tutors and the Organiser. You cannot enrol for this Part II course on the ARICD website.
Enquiries and contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Equipment and Course Manuals: The 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 and Part II of the courses. On occasions, some trainees purchase a kit in advance which can be delivered by PAA to the Tutors at the course venue, not the trainees address. Please note that the use of the kit requires that the trainee attend and receive accreditation at the training course.
Meals: A light lunch, morning and afternoon teas will be provided each day of the course. Please indicate dietary requirements on the application form.
Accommodation: A list of local accommodation will be forwarded to successful applicants alongside course information.