Synapse Training

April 16, 2015

The Brain Injury Association of Tasmania (BIAT) provides relevant and ongoing education and training for our members, disability service providers, people living with brain injury and their family/carers, and other people or services in the community who may work or come into contact with people living with or affected by brain injury.

The Brain Injury Association of Tasmania (BIAT) provides relevant and ongoing education and training for our members, disability service providers, people living with brain injury and their family.carers, and other people or services in the community who may work or come into contact with people living with or affected by brain injury.

Recently updated to ensure they address all the changing trends in the area of ABI, BIAT’s Synapse training modules have been designed to provide participants with a practical toolkit of strategies and skills for their workplace. Our training programs can be delivered in a number of ways and can be customised to suit the needs of organisations, services and individuals. 

Download the full training brochure below.

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