They are presented in 16 modules within four subject groups and look into topics such as communication and interaction, the context of specialist teaching, insights training children and teachers neuroscience, working with families, and the legislation around SEND. Please ensure that you read all of the four guidance areas in this section before you start using the materials. Meeting your needs The materials can be used by and are relevant to a wide range of people. Whether you’re a teaching assistant, trainee teacher, qualified teacher, school leader, local authority, training provider, or family member of a child with SEND, you can browse through the resources to find the information you need.
Each resource within a module is associated with a study level, so information will be appropriate to your knowledge and experience. If you feel that the resources are too detailed for your requirements, or you need further information, you can change your level of study at any time. Using the materials There are multiple routes to navigate your way through the training resources. If you want, you can simply select the module that interests you most, and work through it at a study level to suit you. Alternatively, you can use the study planner tool, which will create a personalised study plan around your interest, experience and knowledge of the topics covered in the resources. The training materials cover multiple areas of SEND and are clustered into modules, each of which represents a specific topic. There are 16 modules in total, split across four broader subject groups.
We have designed a study planner tool that will help identify the appropriate modules for your interests and needs, based on your answers to a set of questions. You can complete as much or as little of the study planner process as you like. Once you’re done, you’ll see a page that you can print or download, listing the modules that we recommend you review. Do you want to work offline? If you need to work on the resources on a device without internet access, don’t have a great connection, or want to incorporate some resources into your own training materials, you can download each module to be used offline. You can do this by browsing through our list to find the appropriate module.
Please forward this error screen to sharedip-2322914764. Training Programme and Learning Events 2017-2018Identify which training is right for you, see our Training Programme and book on to our courses and learning events. If so continue to report your concern to the Cumbria Safeguarding Hub. They’re free to attend and there’s no need to book – just come along. It involves listening to families to find out the child’s needs. If you are working with a child in need of early help that you think would benefit from the help and support of one or more other agencies. Then raise an Early Help Assessment.
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