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VDEI Caption Centre supplies 7,701 minutes of screen time for deaf students

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In 2012 VDEI established a captioning centre to provide captioned material for all senior school students with a hearing loss attending government, Catholic and independent schools in Victoria.  This centre which is housed at Bendigo South East College was developed in partnership with Bendigo Deaf Facility, Methodist Ladies College and Charles La Trobe College. 

From December 2011 to the end of May 2013 the Caption Centre captioned over 156 DVD/VHS titles of varying lengths totalling 7,701 minutes of media screen time.

The Caption Centre's current priority is to ensure that all video material used in Year 11 and 12 classes where there are deaf and hard of hearing students is available in a captioned format. 
 
From December 2011 to the end of May 2013 the Caption Centre captioned over 156 DVD/VHS titles of varying lengths totalling 7,701 minutes of media screen time. 
 
If you have material that you would like captioned, please download the documentation below for further instructions about the process.

Procedure for requesting captioned materials (word)
Procedure for requesting captioned materials (pdf)

Single caption request form (word)
Single caption request form (pdf)

Multiple caption request form (word)
Multiple caption request form (pdf)