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Helpline:
03000 41 3000
Email:
iask@kent.gov.uk

Telephone Helpline open Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm

Workshops

To book your place please call 03000 41 3000 or email using the buttons below.

 

About the virtual workshops:

These are on-line session where you can see the trainer and a power point presentation.  You can ask questions, type in the chat box, or you can just simply watch and learn if that’s your preference.

It is simple to join from a smart-phone/tablet (you will need to download an App for this) or a computer. You will be emailed a link that you need to click within 5 minutes of the session taking place. Full details of how to access the course will be sent to you a few days before.


Special Educational Needs (SEN) Support in mainstream schools and colleges

Wednesday 19th August 2020

Virtual workshop

From 10.30am to 12pm

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The workshop will include the following (based on the Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Code of Practice):

  • The definition of SEN Support in mainstream settings
  • What is meant by ‘reasonable adjustments’?
  • What are best endeavours?
  • The ‘graduated approach’ to supporting children and young people with SEND

Who can attend:   

  • Young person with SEND (diagnosed or undiagnosed)
  • Parent/carers of a child with special educational needs or a disability (SEND) in mainstream school or college.
  • Practitioners working with families of children with SEND

Request slot by email

Early Years Special Educational Needs Support

Thursday 20th August 2020

Virtual workshop

From 10.30am to 12pm

More information »

The workshop will include the following (based on the Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) Code of Practice):

  • The definition of Special Education Needs Support in the early years
  • What is meant by ‘reasonable adjustments’?
  • What are best endeavours?
  • The ‘graduated approach’ to supporting children with SEND

Who can attend:   

  • Parent/carers of a child with special educational needs or a disability (SEND) in the early years (up to the first term of reception).
  • Practitioners working with families of children with SEND

Request slot by email