A teacher of students with visual impairments (TSVI) has a master’s degree in special education and works to support students with visual impairments and their educational teams. TSVIs travel to schools where students with visual impairments are enrolled to provide specialized instruction in areas o ...
This page provides information on training opportunities for current or prospective education professionals serving students with visual impairments in British Columbia. For more information, please see one of the pages listed below:
- Train to become a Teacher of Students with Visual Impairments
- Train to become an Orientation and Mobility (O&M) Specialist
- Learn the Unified English Braille Code or extend your knowledge with the Unified English Braille - Technical Extension course.
Unified English Braille (UEB) Correspondence Program for Teachers of Students with Visual Impairments and Educational Assistants in British Columbia The Ministry of Education, through PRCVI, funds the course fees for teachers of students with visual impairments and educational assistants who prov ...
Become an Orientation & Mobility Specialist
UBC Orientation & Mobility (O & M) Program Completion of the program leads to eligibility to apply for certification as an orientation and mobility specialist. The first cohort of the program is for Teachers of the Visually Impaired who want to get their orientation and mobility certificati ...