Course - 08.10.2019 - P&M - Clicker 7

To be completed by: Tue 24 Sep 2019

Time: -Tue 24 Sep 2019 | Venue:

Course delivered by the Physical and Medical Team (P&M) - 0-25 inclusive Education Service.

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Physical and Medical Team (P&M)


P&M - Clicker 7

Description of training


Many children benefit from using Clicker 7 software on the computer as an alternative to handwriting. This practical course will give an overview of the popular assistive technology software Clicker 7 and demonstrate how it can be incorporated into lessons. Although this course is based on Clicker 7, please contact us if you would like support with earlier versions of Clicker or Clicker iPad apps.

This course will cover:

  • An introduction to Clicker 7 and the functions available
  • Making word banks and grids from scratch to support learners
  • Editing and downloading existing grids
  • The full range of Clicker activities including mind mapping and voice recording.


On the day please bring:

You will need a laptop with Clicker 7 installed on it.  If you don’t have Clicker 7, a free 30 day trial can be obtained from the Crick Software site from the following link:

or by going onto the website: select ‘products’, ‘Clicker’, ‘free trial’.

Refreshments: Drinks on arrival.

Tutor: Julie Vaughan


Suitable for


SENCOs, Class Teachers, Support Assistants

Date/s, times & venue


08.10.2019 - 1.00pm to 4.00pm Margaret McMillan Tower


£65 per person




Published: 27/08/2019
Audience: SENCOs, Class Teachers, Support Assistants
Contact: Heather Varo

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