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Best Online Courses in Speech and Language Pathology 2019

Online Course in Speech and Language Pathology

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2 Results in Speech and Language Pathology, Online

Oplex Careers

The online Teaching Phonics Course will provide learners with a detailed insight of how to support children with reading through phonics, within the learning and home env ... [+]

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The online Teaching Phonics Course will provide learners with a detailed insight of how to support children with reading through phonics, within the learning and home environment. The course provides an insight into supporting children in the learning environment and helping parents and teachers also, giving learners the skills and knowledge to confidently work in this field. Whether you are currently working in a role that requires you to learn about teaching phonics, want to teach your own children phonics or you just want to add this course on your CV, you can get started instantly and start learning all the important aspects about phonics in the classroom and at home.... [-]

United Kingdom UK Online
Open Enrollment
Part-time
Online
International Open Academy

Make a difference to the lives of people who have difficulty in communicating by exploring the role of a speech and language specialist. ... [+]

Keep making a difference to the lives of people who have difficulty in communicating by exploring the role of a speech and language specialist.

Are you in search of a career path where you can use your strong communication and people skills while working as an active facilitator in helping individuals with struggles in their lives? Exploring the role of a Speech & Language Specialist through this introductory course will provide a general overview to the speech and language profession and the various ways that speech pathologists make psychological, physical, cognitive, and cultural impacts on the lives of their clients.

Speech & Language Specialist work with a wide range of clients to help develop and restore their communication needs. From individuals with dyslexia or down syndrome to stroke victims who have lost the ability to speak, to someone who has acquired a traumatic brain injury that affects how their brain sends signals to their speech mechanisms, the needs of a speech pathologist are vast.... [-]

United Kingdom London
Open Enrollment
Full-time
Part-time
Online