Short courses


Vestibular Rehabilitation

  • 7-8 hours per day
  • 3 days


This three-day course is designed for clinicians who have a reasonable knowledge of vestibular assessment and rehabilitation and are looking to build on this foundation.

The course is run by the UCL Ear Institute.

Who this course is for

The course is for:

  • audiologists
  • doctors
  • physiotherapists

You should have a reasonable knowledge of vestibular assessment and rehabilitation and want to build on this foundation to further develop your expertise.

Course content

Day 1 - Introductory day

The first day is designed for clinicians who are new to the field or would like a refresher. It will include:

  • Overview of vestibular rehabilitation and outcome measures Workshops on clnical tests of balance (“bedside tests”)
  • Workshops on BPPV
  • Symptoms and findings in the dizzy patient – neurologist’s viewpoint
  • Evening workshops covering a range of objective assessments of balance function (including VEMPs, head impulse tests, visual vertical, dynamic visual acuity and more)

Days 2 and 3

Over these two days you'll have lectures on:

  • Advanced BPPV
  • Advanced vestibular rehabilitation
  • Medical management – cases
  • Physiotherapeutic management
  • Motion sickness
  • Optokinetic desensitisation
  • Developing your Vestibular rehabilitation skills

Teaching and structure

The course will run over 3 consecutive days and will be taught through a mixture of lectures, practical demonstrations and workshops.

Certificates and accreditation

You'll receive a certificate of attendance upon completion of the course.


The standard course fee is £690.

Payment via UCL Extend must be made no later than one week before the start of the course

NB: Your place on the course is not secured until payment has cleared. If you are paying via invoice, this means that a purchase order number must be provided prior to the course start.


If you wish to cancel your order for a course after it is accepted by us and outside of any period in which you might have a right to cancel, then the following applies.

Your cancellation must be received in writing no later than 14 days before the start of the Course. If we receive your cancellation no later than 14 days before the start of the Course we will refund any amount you have paid to us for that Course less an administration charge of 20%. No refunds will be made for cancellations made by you within 14 days of the Course date.

Course team

Paul Radomskij

Paul Radomskij

Paul is the MSc Deputy Course Director and acting co-Head of Education with research interests in the fields of vestibular assessment and rehabilitation, electrophysiology and acoustics

Course information last modified: 25 Jun 2024, 16:30