Bayley Scales of Infant and Toddler Development, Third Edition (Bayley-III) - Training

Bayley-III - Course overview

This is an introductory two-day workshop to the Bayley-III, which assesses developmental functioning for infants and young children aged from 1 month to 42 months.

The training is interactive and will introduce course participants to the Bayley-III and includes both video case studies and ‘live’ demonstrations with a young child.

Participants will learn how to administer and score the Cognitive, Language and Motor scales as well as the Social Emotional and Adaptive Behaviour Scales.

However additional practice in administering the test items will be required after the training in order for examiners to become fully competent Bayley testers.


Who is it for? 

Community and general paediatricians, neonatologists, paediatric trainees, psychologists, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, researchers and any health professional involved in the detailed developmental assessment of infants and young children, are invited to attend.


2019 Course Dates 




Course Date: tbc

Time: tbc

Cost: tbc

Venue: tbc


Who should attend?: This course is suitable for Paediatric and Neonatal Consultants and trainees, Community Paediatric trainees, psychologists, physiotherapistsand occupational therapists. 

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 About the course trainer

Dr. Betty Hutchon DSc MBAOT

Betty HutchonThe workshop will be presented by the UK Bayley trainer - Betty Hutchon - Consultant and Neurodevelopmental Therapist, University College Hospital, London and Head of Paediatric Occupational Therapy at Royal Free Hospital, London. Betty has worked extensively with the test publishers providing training on the previous edition of the Bayley and subsequently she worked with the US team as a consultant in the revision to produce the Bayley III.


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