Professor Leigh has built an impressive career specialising in education for people who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Robyn Cantle Moore has more than 30 years’ experience as an educator in the fields of hearing loss and sensory disability.
Conjoint Professor Philip Newall began his work in audiology in the National Health Service in the UK in 1971.
Frances Gentle is a lecturer at NextSense Institute.
Sue is a qualified paediatric orthoptist who has held clinical and academic roles.
Alison joined NextSense Institute in August 2015 as the Professional Experience Coordinator.
We offer a variety of real-time, on-demand, online, and in-person courses to take your career to the next level.
NextSense Institute provides access to a range of pre-recorded content that you can engage with at your own convenience.
NextSense Institute can customise professional learning to focus on your school or workplace needs. This includes in-person, online, or pre-recorded content.
Get the qualifications you need with the Master of Disability Studies, administered and delivered by NextSense Institute in affiliation with Macquarie University.
The Rydge Family Library holds a specialised collection of resources designed to support NextSense Institute's research and postgraduate programs and the information needs of NextSense staff.
The NextSense Institute (formerly RIDBC Renwick Centre) podcast is a regular series that discusses hearing and vision education and health—from new resources to emerging ideas and hot-button issues.
This scholarship is for postgraduate coursework or research students specialising in the field of deafness and hearing loss.