This course will focus on instruction to enhance a clinician’s ability to select, administer, and interpret oculomotor testing in individuals presenting with vestibular-related complaints. Content will include training on findings suggestive of unilateral vs. bilateral vs. central vestibular involvement. An emphasis will be placed on testing of the vestibulo-ocular reflex. Recognizing a deficiency in the vestibulo-ocular reflex can be an indication for the use of vestibular rehabilitation. Testing will include oculomotor screening, dynamic visual acuity, head impulse, head shake, hyperventilation, and mastoid vibration testing. Video case examples will be reviewed to facilitate application of content. This course will also include a question-and-answer session with Neil Shepard, PhD, regarding laboratory-based vestibular function testing. The course is appropriate for audiologists and occupational/physical therapists and assistants.