Details of the latest training and events provided by SEND Gateway organisations. Filter using the options below, or click on a highlighted event on the calendar, for details of training opportunities available on that day.
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.
The DfE-recognised online course is for current or aspiring senior leaders in schools who want to develop their knowledge, skills and confidence in leading change across their setting. Aimed at experienced middle leaders, current or aspiring deputy or assistant headteachers and other senior staff, the course offers participants the opportunity to become confident, competent and highly effective senior leaders able to improve teaching, learning and outcomes for staff, children and young people.
The Academies Show Birmingham is the main event for education business managers, heads, governors and leaders, offering the latest policy and best practice for academies, maintained schools, independents, special schools and colleges. By registering for your free pass you will gain access to over 40 hours of dedicated education content delivered by the UK’s leading education experts.
The online SI Module 2 course, accredited by Ulster University, is the second part of the modular pathway which also offers the opportunity to work towards a Postgraduate Diploma or Masters in Sensory Integration. This course is for Occupational Therapists, Speech & Language Therapists and Physiotherapists only.
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.
The Dyslexia Action Professional Teaching Certificate/Diploma in Dyslexia and Literacy is a unique and prestigious programme at Master’s level 7 that provides the training for qualified teachers to become informed practitioners and specialist teachers. The courses are modular and flexible and are undertaken part time, through online learning. Entry Jan 2018: Deadline for applications is 19 Nov
Category: Workshop - Understanding Childhood ABI Tweet this! Share on facebook Post to LinkedIn Post to Chatter Understanding Childhood Acquired Brain Injury” Birmingham, 16th January 2018
One day interactive Workshop for up to 16 delegates, exploring the issues facing children, young people and their families, following childhood acquired brain injury. • 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• Understanding acquired childhood brain injury
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.
This is a 2 day workshop. This section will delve into the confusing and challenging behaviors that children & adults often demonstrate; addressing the question Is it sensory or is it behaviour? This course is designed for therapists, however, parents, teachers, carers, social workers, psychologists & other professionals have found the material very valuable. This course is open to occupational, physical and speech therapists, psychologists, other professionals and parents.
One day interactive Workshop for up to 16 delegates, exploring the issues facing children, young people and their families, following childhood acquired brain injury.