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New Online CPD Course

When working with people with hearing loss it is important to understand the degree of hearing loss the person has, and what their access to sound is like with their amplification. Ask to see their audiograms – both unaided and aided. It is also important to understand speech acoustics. By understanding these and how they relate to the client’s audiogram you will know what the client should be able to hear.

http://www.onlinecpd.co.nz/course-providers/speech-language-therapists/speech-acoustics-and-auditory-learning/#.VSSmWskx0Tc.google_plusone_share

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Online CPD Site Redesign

We have redesigned the front end of Online CPD. It's much more user friendly and is fully responsive for use on Mobile devices. We are now working on the backend Learning Management System to provide seamless signup, course registration, and site logins as well as redesign it along the same lines.

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We are pleased to launch our newly designed website today.  Based in beautiful Central Hawke's Bay, we provide training and services to organisations and businesses throughout New Zealand.

http://www.clad.co.nz/
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New E-Learning Website

Designed to cater for private training organisations who want to make a move into online learning.

Qualify Online is an online learning community run by CLAD Services. With over eight years experience designing and delivering online learning, CLAD Services have the skills and resources required to ensure your training organisation's first steps into online learning are as easy and as smooth as possible.

http://qualifyonline.co.nz

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We are in the process of replacing our main server at the moment. We have decided to make the move to a virtualised system built on the free version of VMWare's hypervisor, ESXi 5.0. There are a number of reasons we are making this move but one of the main reasons is separation of function.

http://www.clad.co.nz/server-upgrade-and-virtualisation/

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