Training Team

Meet our experienced Training team who can travel to you from Melbourne or Canberra.

Lou Ambrosy

Training Manager

Lou is an occupational therapist with more than 30 years’ experience working with children with disabilities. She has worked alongside researchers and other professionals in the field to create the Best Practice in Early Childhood Intervention (ECI) course and coordinates the Key Worker Online Course™. Lou regularly presents at sector conferences in Australia and is passionate about pursuing the best outcomes for families of all children including those with a disability.

Brooke Serpell

Training Facilitator

Brooke is a speech pathologist with more than 14 years’ experience in ECI as a Key Worker and Team Leader with Noah’s Ark.  She is a Master Trainer for the Make the Connection programs, an Authorised Routines Based Intervention coach and a qualified Family Partnerships Model facilitator. Brooke has a strong interest in adult learning and…

Jacquie Simpson

Training Facilitator

Jacquie has a background in Early Childhood Education and Primary Teaching with post-grad qualifications in Special Education. Most of her career has been as a Key Worker with over 25 years’ experience in Early Childhood Intervention. She has held many roles at Noah’s Ark including Team Leader, Project Worker, Practice Leader and currently as an…

Stephen Carberry

Training Facilitator

Stephen is a speech pathologist who has worked in Victoria and the UK and is currently the Team Leader at Noah’s Ark Canberra. He is a Certified Trainer and ancillary member of Dr Robin McWilliam’s RAM Group, with specialist knowledge in training ECI professionals in the Routines-Based Interview. Stephen is passionate about the need for…

Leanne Regan

Parent Presenter

Leanne has a Masters in Special Education and more than 20 years’ experience as a secondary school teacher. As a Parent Presenter for Noah’s Ark Training, Leanne shares her personal experience of running a busy family and provides insight into early intervention services and how it helped she and her family.

Jane Tinkler

Occupational Therapist

Jane trained as an Occupational Therapist after realising that supporting people to be able to dream and achieve was an option for a career! Jane has experience in many sectors, from working with older adults to the very young, from hospitals to communities, and in health promotion and chronic and complex rehabilitation. Jane joined Noah’s…

Kylie Matusewicz

Team Leader

Kylie is a fully registered Psychologist, with additional training including a Master of Psychology (Clinical), and a Post Graduate Diploma in Parent and Infant Mental Health. Her passion, and the majority of her career, has been spent working with children and their families. She has worked in a range of settings (hospitals, clinics, homes, early…

Cait Brennan

Training Facilitator

Cait trained as an Occupational Therapist at Monash University and enjoyed her paediatrics and rural health placements. After finishing her degree Cait started working in a small rural hospital in Warracknabeal, Victoria where she developed her skills working across aged care, acute hospital and community health settings. While working at the hospital she developed a…

Lauren Falconer

Training Facilitator

Lauren is an Occupational Therapist with extensive experience working in the Early Childhood Intervention sector. Lauren currently works as Key Worker at Noah’s Ark in Canberra. Lauren has facilitated workshops related to inclusion and best practice in early childhood intervention for a range of stakeholders. She also provides mentoring in the implementation of best practice…

Molly Milligan

Training Facilitator

Molly is a Speech Pathologist who has worked with Noah’s Ark in Early Childhood Intervention for over 10 years and is also the Team Leader of the Wangaratta team in rural Victoria. She is a busy mum with five children of her own. She is trained in a number of Hanen programs, Make the Connection,…

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