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EYSEND Partnership: Meeting the needs of every child: SEND for managers in PVIs - Liverpool

Events - 12 Dec 2018

PROVISIONAL BOOKING now available for the FREE one-day course. The course offers information and resources for supporting all children with SEND in PVI settings, including the role of the SENCO and effective inclusive practice, and then focuses specifically on speech, language and communication needs (SLCN). It will enable managers to offer training in SEND to their staff teams. The course is jointly delivered by nasen and ICAN, the children’s communication charity, through the EYSEND Partnership. We can subsidise up to £40 travel for each manager attending this training, meaning that travelling a little further afield can be made easier.

Webinar - SEND and Emerging Needs in the Early Years

Events - 13 Dec 2018

This is our first webinar specifically for all those working in the EYFS, with an interest in understanding and supporting the emerging needs of young children. The webinar will address how all practitioners can develop more confidence in the identification of emerging needs and contribute to improved outcomes for young children. There will be opportunities to raise questions and join in discussion with other like-minded professionals and to share ideas. This webinar is FREE to access for all Gold nasen members.

EYSEND Partnership: Meeting the needs of every child: SEND for managers in PVIs - Nottingham

Events - 09 Jan 2019

Please place your PROVISIONAL BOOKING for this FREE one-day course designed for managers in PVI Early Years settings from anywhere across the following regions: East Midlands, West Midlands, Yorkshire and Humberside, North West and North East. The reason for a provisional booking is due to requiring 9 mangers from each Local Authority within a region; hence, if you apply to book and we already have 9 managers from your local authority, we may not be able to accommodate your booking. However, we do promise to try our best to redirect bookings to other areas where possible. We are fortunate to have the funding to subsidise up to £40 travel for each manager attending this training, meaning that travelling a little further afield can be made easier. The course offers information and resources for supporting all children with SEND in PVI settings, including the role of the SENCO and effective inclusive practice, and then focuses specifically on speech, language and communication needs (SLCN). It will enable managers to offer training in SEND to their staff teams. The course is jointly delivered by nasen and ICAN, the children’s communication charity, through the EYSEND Partnership.

EYSEND Partnership: Meeting the needs of every child: SEND for managers in PVIs - Leicester

Events - 10 Jan 2019

PROVISIONAL BOOKING now available for the FREE one-day course. The course offers information and resources for supporting all children with SEND in PVI settings, including the role of the SENCO and effective inclusive practice, and then focuses specifically on speech, language and communication needs (SLCN). It will enable managers to offer training in SEND to their staff teams. The course is jointly delivered by nasen and ICAN, the children’s communication charity, through the EYSEND Partnership. We can subsidise up to £40 travel for each manager attending this training, meaning that travelling a little further afield can be made easier.

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SEND Reviewer Training

Events - 08 Oct 2018

Part, funded by the DfE, the SEND Review Guide was created with the purpose of empowering schools to improve their SEND provision. It is made up of a paper-based audit, examples of good practice, guidance on how to carry out a review of SEND provision and self-evaluation templates. The SEND Review Guide was created in partnership with over forty outstanding special and mainstream schools, parents/carers of children with SEND as well as organisations such as Contact, Ofsted, the CDC, IOE and the TSC.

2 day Youth Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) course

Events - 08 Oct 2018

nasen will be hosting a 2 day training course on Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) on the 8th and 9th October 2018 at Uncommon, London. Times for each day are as follows: Monday 8th October 9:00AM - 4:30PM and Tuesday 9th October 9:00AM - 4:30PM

Webinar - Effective use of TAs

Events - 03 Oct 2018

Teaching Assistants can be a valuable resource in schools and therefore it is important that they are used effectively. In this webinar we will consider how to achieve this. To register on this webinar, you will need to be a nasen Gold member. To register on this webinar, you will need to be a nasen Gold member.

SEND Reviewer training

Events - 27 Jun 2018

The SEND Review Guide. Part-funded by the Department for Education and developed in partnership with outstanding schools and leading third sector organisations, the SEND Review guide aims to improve outcomes for learners with SEND by establishing a free, standardised framework for evaluating provision.