The 18th annual SEND Conference provides an opportunity to discuss current practice, and changes to legislation and assessment. Our keynote speakers will provide you with an update and overview of national issues relating to SEND learners.
This course provides information and strategies to use in and out of the
classroom to develop the communication skills of all children but especially
those with speech, language and communication needs.
To see our full range of support for students with English as an Additional Language, see our EAL & Language Support page.
Fiona O, 2014 Quote from Elklan student
Immediate practical strategies that can be implemented… I now have knowledge which has helped me understand difficulties a child may be experiencing with language and literacy and how I can help or seek support for them.
We run this course periodically throughout the year at our offices in Manchester.
There is an opportunity for participants to gain a Level 2 or 3 qualification (with 9 credits) accredited through AptEd. The participants will need to do 1 – 2 hours work per training day outside of the course time and complete an e-portfolio.
Helen Marriott has spent the last 20 years working with children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities in a range of settings and roles.