Our courses show you how to apply theory and clinical reasoning to equipment selection in a very practical way.
ILC Training courses are a must for anyone involved with prescribing or sourcing AT.
Great presentation with hands on look at equipment, demonstrations and problem solving.
ILC NSW is a registered training organisation, providing competency-based training for care workers, allied health, and built environment professionals.
We show you how to apply clinical reasoning to equipment selection. Hands-on trial and evaluation of a comprehensive range of products and their features provides valuable experience for students, new graduates, care workers and experienced health professionals who want to upgrade their skills.
Our instructors are qualified health professionals with experience in delivering competency-based training.
This training program will provide you with the skills and knowledge to confidently design and build for the older generation and people with a disability. Be one of the first to gain this nationally recognised qualification.
In early stages of dementia there are many strategies and assistive technology that enables a person to remain independent.
This course provides the knowledge and skills to perform as an Assistive Technology (AT) Mentor. AT Mentors assist and support people with disabilities and/or carers to make informed choices about their assistive technology and home modification needs.
With so many different pressure-relieving products on the market, how do you know which one to choose and when to apply it? Discover the features and properties of the various products and find out how to apply them to clients at risk of developing pressure sores.
More than 30 communication apps and software to trial, plus gadgets like Eye-gaze access, switches, mounts, and accessories. To be aware of the factors to consider when recommending communication devices.
This training program aims to expand the knowledge of Allied Health Professional, builders, building consultants and building designers to have requisite skills and knowledge to create and modify existing private dwellings to suit the specific needs of the client, and where appropriate, family and/or carers.
This course looks at the different powered mobility bases on the market from entry level basic through to switch controlled rehab models and aims to empower the therapist to identify the advantages and disadvantages of powered mobility.
With so many different ‘smart’ products on the market, how do you know which one to choose ? Discover the features of the various products and find out how to apply them to clients. Get a grip of the latest technology in a hands on environment.
This course covers how to efficiently and safely transport a client using correct manual handling techniques - with and without assistive technology. Participants gain an understanding of current WH&S legislation related to manual handling and injury prevention.
Getting the right fit between the client and the manual wheelchair is an essential part of the prescription process. This two-day course covers clinical aspects of manual wheelchair prescription, and provides hands-on investigation of manual wheelchair features.
Power Assist options are becoming popular as primary mobility devices or to provide occasional assistance. This course covers what types are available and what factors need to be considered.
Training staff have hands-on practical experience consulting on the interpretation of the BCA, DDA, and Australian Standards for compliance with disability legislation, auditing drawings and buildings for compliance.
Members of the NSW Architects Registration Board can claim 10 hours formal training to comply with the NSW Architects Code of Professional Conduct.
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