Voice Protection Workshop

People from many professions rely on their voices to perform day-to-day duties, such as performers, teachers, retail employees and other workers from the service industry. Even for students, they also rely on their voices to engage in learning activities. Frequent voice use is likely to increase the prevalence of dysphonia symptoms, such as hoarse voice and vocal fatigue. Voice Protection Workshop aims at preventing, evaluating, and remediating voice problems:

  • —  Understanding voice production
  • —  Common voice disorders
  • —  Preliminary voice assessment
  • —  Voice use techniques training
  • —  Breathing-phonation coordination exercises
  • —  Vocal hygiene

If you are interested in joining or organising the workshop, please contact STU at 3400 3636.