WISC V: Interpreting Results - a guide for psychologists

Understand the fundamentals of WISC V interpretation

Course Curriculum


  Chapter 1_Psychometrics of the WISC-V
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  Chapter 2_Meaning of Indexes
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  Chapter 4_Reporting Results
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  Wrap up
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  Resources
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Frequently Asked Questions


When does the course start and finish?
The course starts as soon as you enrol and closes in 12 months. It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and you work at your own pace.
What if I am unhappy with the course?
We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first 30 days and we will give you a full refund.
Do I gain a professional qualification after completing this course
You will receive a certificate of completion and you will have the option of enrolling on an additional examination module where your expertise and competence are assessed by a team of psychologists.
Do I need a copy of the WISC V to do this course?
Yes - you will need to access to the WISC V so that you can work through the course and the activities.
Do I need to be a psychologist to take this course?
Yes - you must hold a minimum of a Masters level qualification in Psychology OR hold a degree in psychology and be in receipt of supervision from a Chartered Psychologist. You will be asked for credentials once you enrol in this course

Your Instructor


Trevor James
Trevor James

Trevor is a consultant Clinical and Educational psychologist at busy psychological assessment service in Dublin, Ireland (Éirim: The National Assessment Agency Ltd) and has extensive experience in assessment and psychometrics. Trevor has worked in a variety of settings and has a broad range of interests. He was a founder member of both the Clinical and Educational Division of the Psychological Society of Ireland and is a member of the Clinical and Occupational Divisions of the British Psychological Society. Before joining Éirim, he had served as head of the psychological service of the National Rehabilitation Board, and later as Principal Psychologist in the National Educational Psychology Service.


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