NCATP Training Opportunities

Featured Online Training

Tangible Symbols

Presented by Elizabeth Torrey

In this webcast, Elizabeth talks about the use of "tangible symbols," a term originally coined by Charity Rowland, Ph.D. and Philip D. Schweigert, M.Ed, to support the development of communication in children who experience a variety of severe communication disorders and who are unable to use abstract symbols. The webcast draws from the work of J. Van Dijk as well as the work of Rowland and Schweigert.

Source: Perkins Learning 


Free Webinars and Demonstration Videos through NCATP

Assistive Technology and Augmentative Communication Funding from NC Assistive Technology Program on Vimeo.

The Ergonomics Center of North Carolina | Keyboard and Mouse Demonstration from NC Assistive Technology Program on Vimeo

For additional trainings go to our Vimeo site at NCATP on Vimeo

External Training

Free webinars from the Assistive Technology Coalition
RESNA Continuing Education
American Foundation for the Blind
Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired
Windows Accessibility
Office 365: Accessible by design

Face to Face Training by NCATP Staff  and Others

Presenters Date  Topic  Location Open to the Public? 
Assistive Technology Works, Saltillo Corp., and NCATP  9/29/2017
9 am to 12 pm
The Nova Chat: Explore. Customize.  NC Assistive Technology 
4900 Waters Edge Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27616

To Register: contact Assistive Technology Works at 540-337-4640 or email Jennifer Clarke at 
See flyer below. 

Jill Eversmann, MS, CCC-SLP
Speech-Language Pathologist


Sign Language Workshop for Parents and Professionals

NCATP Conference Room
5501 Executive Center Drive #105
Charlotte, NC  28212

Yes (Online Registration)

Prentke Romich  10/4/2017
9:00 am to 12:00 pm
Exploring Possibilities All Access Training NC Assistive Technology 
4900 Waters Edge Dr. 
Raleigh, NC 27616

Yes .3 ASHA CEUs available 

See flyer below 

More Training Options

More Training Options

Here are some additional opportunities to learn more about assistive technology.