To view archived trainings, visit our Past Events page.

Visit the Student and Family Events page for Florida Cane Quest, Florida Braille Challenge, and Festival of Families information.

All FIMC-VI provided trainings are free of charge and open to all participants unless noted.

If you are seeking inservice credit or ACVREP CEUs for a webinar, use the Inservice Credit form

After participating in a webinar, please fill out our Training Evaluation form.  

Upcoming Events

Online Module

This independent, self-paced training is designed for teachers (classroom, P.E., music, art, etc) therapists, and paraprofessionals that are new to the needs of students with visual impairments. However, any school-based personnel working with students with visual impairments would benefit from completing these modules. There are a total of 5 modules, which include videos and other activities. Participants will earn up to 5 inservice credits.

What to Do if You Are Working with a Student Who is Blind or Visually Impaired

Online Module

Do you need a refresher on UEB Math/Science (formerly called UEB Technical)? Or are you ready to learn UEB Math/Science but would like some help along the way? Then you're in luck! Join Hayley Locker, FIMC-VI's Braille Specialist, on a journey through UEBOnline's Mathematics Program this school year.

UEBOnline Math/Science

Workshop

Wednesday, November 30, 2022

Come learn about the proper administration of the Woodcock Johnson-IV for students with visual impairments. This two-day workshop is intended for both teachers of students with visual impairments and school psychologists.

Working with the Experts: Psychoeducational Assessment of Students with Visual Impairments

Meeting

Friday, December 2, 2022

The Florida Instructional Materials Center for the Visually Impaired, in conjunction with the Florida Department of Education, Bureau of Exceptional Education and Student Services (BEESS), hosts this annual meeting specifically for district contacts responsible for the programs for students with visual impairments. 

2022-23 District Vision Contacts Meeting