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Student Assessment Project: Testing Professional Learning

This seminar is right for you if: You attended the Student Assessment Project – Testing Professional Learning initial day on Tuesday 28 May 2019.


ISV Seminar Room 


Independent Schools Victoria40 Rosslyn StreetWest Melbourne VIC 3003 


Monday, 21 October 2019 – 9:30 am to 3:30 pm 


$295 – Member Schools Price (excl. GST)

$420 – Standard Price (excl. GST)


Program Description: 

The follow-up day will provide participants with further training in the use of a broad range of screening assessment tools. 

Presenter Information – Bronwyn Billimoria 

Bronwyn Billimoria currently provides services to preschool and school-aged children through her private practice. She has over 25 years of experience working with children and adults in hospitals and educational settings in Australia and overseas. Bronwyn was involved as a senior Speech Pathologist with the development and coordination of speech pathology services within Catholic Education for over 10 years. This role incorporated the development of teacher training professional learning courses and coordinating a large team of speech pathologists. She has a Graduate Diploma in Literacy Intervention and training in THRASS (Teaching Handwriting Reading and Spelling Skills).  She is very passionate about improving students’ communication skills and working alongside teachers and parents to improve student outcomes.  

Presenter Information – Fiona Cranstoun 

Fiona Cranstoun is a Clinical Psychologist whose focus is educational and developmental psychology. Having only ever focussed on psychology with children and adolescents, she transforms every child into new versions of themselves creating outstanding outcomes for all she works with. Fiona is highly regarded and respected. Her vast specialist experience makes her unique in her field. She loves children and the outcomes they enjoy when they work together. An expert in assessment, Fiona’s reports have been recognised for capturing every detail and her recommendations form a solid basis for future treatment. Fiona is a regular educational consultant to several schools. Her educational and diagnostic assessments include ADHD, dyslexia, autism spectrum and other learning problems. Fiona runs a busy private practice with a team of specialist educational and developmental psychologists who follow a cognitive behavioural approach, including ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy).