This accreditation is designed to support and upskill professionals working in the allied health area. Our two-step training ensures relevance to your practice, by providing a foundation in statistics and psychometrics, and complementing this with your choice of training in an assessment stream.
At this workshop, you’ll learn:
the key facets of administration, scoring, interpretation and reporting using various assessment tools
Attendees will be required to undertake an assessment upon completion of the accreditation to achieve a User Level B.
Once you’ve completed the training, you’ll be accredited to use all our gold-standard User Level B assessments and will have three months of free digital access to the following test manuals and stimulus books;
This stage is conducted in our on-demand course, designed to provide you with an introduction to the fundamental statistical concepts that underpin all our clinical assessments. Completing this stage will take an estimated 5-6 hours. It is made up of the following five modules:
This stage has been split into four “streams”. To complete User Level B Accreditation you must enrol in, and complete, one stream. Each stream will be conducted by our team of expert clinicians and will;
This stream will focus on User Level B assessments relating to Adaptive Behaviour. We will discuss administration, scoring, basic interpretation and ethical considerations of the;
*You will also have access to our on-demand Vineland-3 modules, designed to assist in your preparation to administer, score and interpret the assessment.
This stream will focus on User Level B Assessments relating to Language and Cognition. We will discuss administration, scoring, basic interpretation and ethical considerations of the;
This stream will focus on User Level B Assessments relating to Sensory and Motor. We will discuss administration, scoring, basic interpretation and ethical considerations of the;
This stream will focus on the User Level B battery assessment relating to Academic Achievement. We will discuss administration, scoring, basic interpretation and ethical considerations of the;
Wechsler Individual Achievement Test - Australian and New Zealand Standardised, Third Edition (WIAT-III A&NZ)
This course is designed for Allied Health professionals who require User Level B assessments to support their role. Examples include;
Before attending any of the four Streams, attendees are expected to have completed "Stage One - Introduction to statistical concepts". Attendees will also be required to register on Pearson Clinical as a test user. You can register at the following link
*Attendees are also expected to complete online Vineland training if enrolled in Stream One"