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VICTAR is a research and teaching centre in the University of Birmingham which focuses on the social and educational inclusion of people with vision impairment.
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VICTAR is the largest teacher training provider in the area of vision impairment in the UK. The Mandatory Qualification for Teachers of Children with Visual Impairment is open to teachers with Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) or equivalent. It is also open to teachers (as well as other professionals with appropriate qualifications) working with children and young people with vision impairment who are not seeking the MQ.
We welcome professionals who wish to extend their qualifications by undertaking research training and developing a research dissertation. Find out more.
Some of our research includes Useful guidelines and resources.
VIEW 2018 ConferenceIn this month’s VICTAR blog, Jane Thistlethwaite reviews the VIEW 2018 conference. VIEW 2018 was held March in Birmingham with approximately 140 QTVI’s from Sensory Resource Centres and residential school provisions, representatives from RNIB and staff from the QTVI course at the University of Birmingham. The two-day conference included a range of very informative keynote … Continue reading VIEW 2018 Conference
My first visit to Community Based Childcare Centres in MalawiIn this month’s blog, Dr Anita Soni shares her experiences of visiting Community Based Childcare Centres in Malawi as part of the Let’s Grow Together project. Dr Paul Lynch, Principal Investigator of the study, is currently shortlisted for the University of Birmingham Philanthropic Research Project of 2018. You can watch a video of Paul talking … Continue reading My first visit to Community Based Childcare Centres in Malawi
Members of VICTAR are actively involved in a number of funded research projects. Some of the projects are listed below (a number of which have reports which may be downloaded).
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