02 Mar 2018
Training Orientation & Mobility Trainers to build capacity in rural areas
Why did we setup an Orientation and Mobility Training Academy?
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For Potential Students:
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Degree: National Diploma in Orientation and Mobility Practices SAQA NQF Level 5
Course Duration: 2 years
What does an OM practitioner do?
OM is a profession specific to blindness and visual impairment that teaches safe and effective travel to persons of all ages.
Orientation: The ability to know where you are and to move from one point to another. This includes every day tasks like moving from room to room or following a route to get to the shop.
Mobility: The ability to move about safely like walking without tripping, navigating roads with a long cane, crossing roads and public transport.
Our program prepares trainees:
Where can you work after graduation?
What do our trainees learn?
Trainees are mentored by accredited staff:
You can also take only a few short courses at the academy based on what interests you.
Scholarships available. Apply Today!
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