2018 Annual Event - Let’s get Connected – Positive Connections for a positive future. Conference, Legal Seminar and Networking Event
The Child Brain Injury Trust are pleased to announce our new look Annual Event for 2018 - our usual Conference on 6th March 2018, combined with a Legal Seminar and Networking evening on 5th March 2018.
Award winning Positive Looking 1 focuses on motor visual skills which during this one day course is explained through a practical resource rich presentation to support the practitioner’s understanding of each visual skill. E.g: Visual Awareness, Visual Attention, Fixation, Tracking, Transferring Gaze, etc. The course explores practical ideas and activities to support the practitioner in planning targeted interventions and explains observation points to help understand the child's responses.
Foundation part of AVUK's in-depth training package - via distance This foundation course is designed to equip you with the practical skills needed to accelerate spoken language development through listening in pre-school aged children with hearing loss and their families. Using a combination of self-study, shared video and live and pre-recorded webinars we are able to deliver the course content to students worldwide via our online classroom.
Set within the framework of the Early Years Foundation Stage, the course will offer a practical workshop to develop knowledge and understanding of the implications of vision impairment on the child’s learning and development. The emphasis is to develop practical skills and approaches which can be applied by the practitioner within their setting and the child they are working with.
This one day workshop will provide a basic introduction to managing the delivery of the curriculum, presented in braille format, to a child with vision impairment. The practical focus will equip the practitioner with the necessary strategies to support the child who uses braille as their medium of communication. Development of pre-braille skills Holistic approach to introducing braille across the curriculum Introducing braille into the curriculum
The NPQML is an online, DfE-recognised course for current or aspiring middle leaders in education settings who want to develop their knowledge, skills and confidence in leading teams. The course offers participants the opportunity to: Become confident, competent and highly effective middle leaders Build cohesive and effective teams Improve teaching, learning and outcomes for children and young people in their areas of responsibility
Take the next step in your career with this innovative inclusive education online programme, designed for professionals working as leaders or prospective leaders of inclusion in educational settings. This unique joint venture partners London’s top modern university with the UK’s leading provider of professional training for SEND practitioners.
CCET will help you to understand how assessments using psychometric tests are developed, how to use them effectively, and how to interpret the results. We will show you how to test appropriately, the available alternatives, and the best ways in which to use them. It will enable you to apply for the BPS Test User Educational qualification and to join the BPS’s Register of Qualifications in Test Use – a publicly searchable database of competence that will bolster your professional reputation.
The NPQH is a DfE-recognised course for senior staff in education settings who want to develop their knowledge, skills and confidence to lead education settings successfully. Aimed at aspiring headteachers, the course offers participants the opportunity to gain the knowledge, skills and leadership behaviours they need to succeed in headship and lead an effective education setting.
One day interactive Workshop for up to 16 delegates, exploring the issues facing children, young people and their families, following childhood acquired brain injury. The Child Brain Injury Trust learning workshop looks at:• What is an acquired brain injury?• Introduction to childhood acquired brain injury• What to look for, areas of difficulty• Debunking myths• Supporting a child with a brain injury• Support strategies • Active participation tasks• Learning strategies