The sensory aspects of the courses would be beneficial to any child; the information that is shared is priceless.
— Jean, WA
The braille code used for most written material is contracted braille. Being able to read and write in contracted braille will enable you to assist your family member or client who is blind. After attaining this goal, you may decide to advance your braille skills by enrolling in a professional transcriber course or other advanced braille and braille teaching courses. Prerequisite: "Introduction to Braille" or "Contracted Braille Diagnostic."
COURSE: CBR-222, MEDIA: OL OR P, LESSONS: 27
Maximum Completion Time: 13 1/2 months
Credit: 6 CEUs
Tuition: NO CHARGE
Approved by: The Academy for Certification of Vision Rehabilitation and Educational Professionals (ACVREP)
(For professionals who are visually impaired and learning braille tactually, the "Braille Literacy 4" course offered in the Adult Continuing Education Program offers 6 CEU credits and is approved by ACVREP.)
10 Clock Hours approved by The Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification (CRCC), valid through 12/31/2013, #11392586174