Master of Speech Pathology webinar
Our Master of Speech Pathology is accredited by Speech Pathology Australia and will enable you to work in many different areas such as hospitals, community health centres, private practice, schools, rehabilitation centres and aged-care centres. Tune in to hear more about the course structure and content, placements and fees.
- Thursday 21 March 2024 06:00 pm until Thursday 21 March 2024 07:00 pm (Add to calendar)
- Future Students Centre
1300 135 045
- Presented by:
- Dr Rachel Davenport
- Type of Event:
- Future Student Information
Speech Pathologists provide valuable assistance to people with a wide range of communication needs, including speaking, listening, reading, writing, non-verbal communication, fluency and voice. They also help individuals with swallowing and eating needs to enhance their health, wellbeing and participation in everyday life. As awareness of the importance of communication and swallowing continues to grow, the demand for speech pathologists is expected to increase both locally and abroad.*
La Trobe's Master of Speech Pathology gives you the knowledge and skills to help people realise their communication and swallowing potential. Learn how to observe communication and mealtimes in everyday settings, conduct assessments, interpret clinical data and develop interventions. You'll also gain hands-on experience working with a range of individual clients.
Join our webinar to hear from course coordinator Dr Rachel Davenport about the course details including entry requirements, placements, fees and the career opportunities this degree offers. Ask questions and have them answered live by the Academic teaching the program.