Voice Maintenance Seminar For Teachers

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Hello friends of BDVA!

We hope you have all enjoyed the holidays and are gearing up for an exciting final term!

In our quest to raise awareness and prevent vocal injury in Australian teachers we will be running a seminar on Voice Maintenance at ‘Cube 37’ in Frankston, November 21st.

Vocal injury is a leading cause of teacher sick leave in Australia and is responsible for lower student comprehension.

The 2 hour seminar will cover your teacher’s voice and relation to the student, basic voice production, how you can avoid vocal injury and strategies for effective vocal use in the classroom. The seminar is for all teachers (primary, secondary, CRT and pre-service).

At the end of the seminar you will have an understanding of how your body produces voice, a daily warm-up routine to protect and strengthen your voice and strategies to use in the classroom to increase student comprehension.

All participants will receive a certificate of completion and Pdi program code (enter the code into the My PD section of the VIT website to instantly register the required hours for your renewal. No paperwork, no fuss). This is a Pdi (VIT), standards referenced professional development activity.

When: November 21st (Monday) 9:30 – 11:30

Where: Cube 37, Cnr.Davey st and Young st Frankston

Cost: $100 or $50 (pre-service) Bookings essential.

Please contact us with any inquiries or to make a booking. Don’t forget to forward this to you colleagues.
Voice is the teacher’s greatest asset in the classroom, protect it!

Bowie Drama and Voice Academy
DeiraBowie@gmail.com
http://www.BDVA.com.au
0404 388 592

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