Master of Learning Intervention
- CRICOS code: 085104M
✓ Flexibility to study on campus or online
✓ Only course of its kind in Australia
✓ Endorsed by the Victorian Institute of Teaching
✓ Multiple specialisations and streams of study relevant for many professions
✓ Research-driven learning
✓ Range of scholarships available, including the Department of Education and Training's Inclusive Education Scholarship.
Please note that the online course is not available to international students who require a student visa to study in Australia as it does not meet the onshore study requirements and it is not registered with CRICOS.
Build the skills required to support the specialist learning needs of children and young people. Develop the ability to create and teach specialist curriculum to support a range of disabilities and learning difficulties. Learn how to implement evidence-based teaching that optimises student learning while specialising in one of the following:
- Learning difficulties
- Deaf Education (DE)
Who is the course for?
The Master of Learning Intervention has two streams depending on your profession or desired outcomes.
Stream A is suitable for teachers who are registered (or eligible for registration) with the Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT) and seeking a further qualification in special education. Stream A students may already have worked with people with disabilities, people who are deaf or hard of hearing (DHH) or specific learning difficulties in other community contexts.
Stream B is suitable for allied health practitioners, early childhood educators* and international students who wish to increase their understanding and skills in learning intervention.
Why choose the Master of Learning Intervention with us?
You’ll be taught by a number of internationally recognised education experts and experience the latest in research-led learning that has been built for practical application in the real world.
*Early childhood educators can also choose to complete Stream A and undertake placement in a primary school or early childhood setting, however, they will not be recognised as special educators through VIT.
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