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Imagining better outcomes for learners with SEND - EHCP Series - workshop 1
21/04/2021 @ Online - Imagining better outcomes for learners with SEND - EHCP Series - workshop 1 - April 2021 - session 1 (Code: C1136/004)

Barney Angliss (Consultant in Special Educational Needs & Disability), the DCG project team at the ETF's Centre for Excellence in SEND and our Local Authority Teams will be working together to host a series of EHCP focussed sessions.

Imagining Better Outcomes for Young People with SEND

  • What do we know about outcomes for 16-19 learners with EHCPs?
  • What does research tell us about the reasons for these outcomes?
  • ... So what is the function of outcomes in section E of an EHCP?
  • ... and why can't outcomes be appealed?
Understanding what employers need to employ learners with SEND
23/04/2021 @ Online - Understanding what employers need to employ learners with SEND - How to engage employers with SEND learners (Code: C1129/002)

In this short webinar, we will explore the benefits for employers to engage with learners with SEND and understand what employers really want. We will share our experiences and impact during the current climate of COVID-19 of engaging and securing employment for learners with SEND. By attending this session you will have the tools and knowledge to understand what employers really want and how to engage them effectively.

Share and Shape our SEND Community
28/04/2021 @ Online - Share and Shape our SEND Community - Share and Shape our SEND Community (Code: C1138/002)

The monthly sessions will provide an opportunity for our Centre for Excellence in SEND to share our effective practice of how we work with employers, our community including our parent/carers to help us give the best opportunities for our SEND learners. But even more importantly, its an opportunity for you to share what you are doing well.

In these sessions held monthly, we will look at emerging current themes, share effective approaches and ask ourselves 'how might we' to shape ideas together.

The language of an inclusive curriculum
29/04/2021 @ Online - The language of an inclusive curriculum - The Language of an Inclusive Curriculum (Code: C1040/002)

The language we use directly impacts on our learners, our colleagues and our communities from first contact to progression via our curriculum. This means the words we use to describe our learners, our teaching and learning practices and our policies and procedures matter.  

The language of inclusion changed dramatically throughout the 20th century and with the Equality Act 2010 and Code of Practice in 2014 it has gathered pace in the 21st. For this reason, this session starts with a very brief history of inclusion.

Join us to discuss just what to say and when for inclusion.


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