Training for Governors with
responsibility for SEND
(Special Educational Needs and Disability)
29th June 2016
6pm - 8pm
Part 1 will aim to explore the role of the Governor, understand the reforms implemented since September 2014 and raise awareness of the various legislative requirements.
The intention is to look at how the changes in SEND have impacted on school practice. The training in Part 2 will include the role of the SENCo, the provision and monitoring of pupils with SEND and the progress they make.
Bev Porter - Senior Advisory Teacher for SLCN
Bev previously taught in schools in Dudley. She has experience of teaching and assessing primary and secondary aged pupils. She is particularly interested in speech, language and communication needs, Autism Spectrum Conditions, EAL/SEN, Teaching Assistant training, and ELKLAN. She his leading within the local authority area in Communication friendly Schools and has a strong history of successful work with health and other agencies.
Qualifications: M.Ed (Learning Difficulties), B.ed (Hons), Diploma - Learning Difficulties, Certificate - Multicultural Education, Diploma - Associate of the college of Preceptors, Diploma - Licentiate of the college of Preceptors, Diploma (Specific Learning Difficulties - Dyslexia, British Dyslexia Association), AMBDA - British Dyslexia Association, Post Graduate Certification of Education - Autism, ELKLAN Associate Tutor, CCET - Certificate in Competence of Education Testing (British Psychological Society), Talking Maths Tutor, Post Grad Certificate of Language Impairments in Children.
x1 Governor £50
x2 Governors £80
x3 Governors £100
To book onto this course please contact Jeanette at The Learning Centre on: