E-learning Extra - Webinar opportunities for everyone

News - 19 May 2017

nasen are now offering short ‘pay as you go’ webinars to help you explore and learn more about particular areas of SEND.

Although you can expect some information from us, the sessions will be designed to be as interactive and flexible as possible, enabling you to ask questions as you go along as well as share your ideas and good practice with each other. They are a great way to link up with other schools, settings and staff who are working with  the same challenges as you.

And if you’re already a gold nasen member, you get access to these extra webinars absolutely FREE, along with at least 6 other longer, more detailed webinars throughout the year!

Silver members can get access to E-Learning Extra webinars for just £10 and bronze members can book onto the webinar for £15.

Not a gold member? Don’t worry it’s really easy to become a member. Alternatively, you can pay as you go for just £15 per ‘E learning Extra’ webinar.

Find out more about these webinars, including how to book onto our first pay as you go webinar.

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