Key working to support young people aged 14 -25
CDC is delivering new training on how key working approaches can support disabled young people aged 14 and over and those with SEN. This training is for a multi-agency group of professionals from across education, health and care builds on previous key working
training to help professionals understand how key working approaches can be used to improve outcomes for young people and families; supporting them to achieve, be part of their community, live independent lives and recognise their rights.
Who is training for?
Professionals who work directly with children, young people and families from across education, health and care, including SENCOs, staff in post-16 institutions and adults’ health & care services. This will build on previous key working training and is open
to attendees who have previously attended as well as those who have not. Find out more about key working and good practice examples in online modules
Event location and times:
This training will take place at the following venue:
Priory Street Centre, 15 Priory Street, York, YO1 6ET Click here for directions
The training will start at 10.00am and finish at 4.30pm. Please arrive for registration in good time as the training will start promptly at 10.00am. Refreshments and a simple working lunch will be provided.
Please ensure you make your booking at least one week before the start of the training to ensure we have accurate numbers for catering purposes.
Please note tickets are now limited – prompt booking is essential