Developing Inclusive Practice - training for practitioners
This course is suitable for staff working with children, young people and adults in education and health care settings.
The course comprises of six half-day sessions. Participants completing this course will receive a certificate of attendance from the University of Wolverhampton. Accreditation options may be available with additional assessments.
Sessions One and Two:
Communication in Practice - Successful practice in education, health and social care sectors depends heavily on the effectiveness of our interaction with a range of individuals on a day to day basis.
Sessions Three and Four:
Assessing Needs to Inform Practice - explore the diverse needs different people (children and adults) might present in education and healthcare settings and how staff might use professional knowledge alongside screening tools to assess need and then use this inform to inform provision.
Sessions Five and Six:
Exploring Holistic Practice and understanding the role of Talking Therapies. - explore the role of holistic practice to support an inclusive approach to mental health and wellbeing in schools and associated health care settings.” The mental health and wellbeing of children and young people is everyone’s business” (Department for Education 2016).
Course code: SENIS-1119-T003
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Where to go
- ST16 3TH Get Directions (This link opens in a new tab)
Time / Date Details
- When is it on
- 04/11/2019; 09/12/2019; 10/02/2020; 09/03/2020; 20/04/2020 & 08/06/2020
- Session Information
09:30 - 12:30
- Service is Free
- £683 per delegate