Practical VI Training Courses

for teaching children with visual impairment

practical courses for teaching children with vision impairment

Positive Eye delivers a wide range of practical VI training courses for teaching children with vision impairment. Covering all aspects from accessing the curriculum to social skills. How to support inclusion and more. View the current practical courses taking place around the UK on this page.

Courses are:

  • Enthusiastically presented
  • Practical
  • Interactive
  • Accessible
  • Accompanied by a comprehensive resource pack

No time to travel? Many of Positive Eye’s courses can be delivered at your venue – giving cost effective access to your whole team in your service/school setting. Visit the Bespoke Courses page to browse the range or  download the bespoke courses catalogue at the bottom of this page.

Here is a flavour of the way in which Gwyn McCormack -director of Positive Eye delivers training. Harry Potter inspired literacy workshop in honour of World Book Day


Positive Eye also offers online training courses. Gwyn is an associate tutor for OnLineTraining Limited (OLT). She delivers the Visual Impairment course. Delivered online or through blended learning approaches. This means individuals or groups can register at any time during the year.

‘I chose to work with OLT because the VI course is a positive experience. It provides a clear structured introduction to the knowledge and skills required to support the successful inclusion of children with VI.

For more information on the visual impairment course visit OnLineTraining Limited

Practical Courses

Positive Looking – Development of Visual Skills

Skills for
Tactile Graphics

Introduction to working with children with vision impairment


“Positive Looking is simply set out it introduces all skills in a simple format. All staff can use and know from the programme exactly where they want to focus the intervention, depending on the child. I use it half termly to evaluate and measure progress”

Testimonial: Carol Pratt – Positive Looking enables us to record progress