COURSE - A Small Steps Approach to learning - 10.10.19, 11.10.19 & 21.11.19

COURSE - The Portage Workshop – A Small Steps Approach to learning for Children with SEND, delivered by the Portage Team 0-25 Inclusive Education Service

All  school Staff MUST book on to our courses via the following website link:

Bookable courses link: http://www.skills4bradford.co.uk/Training (Training & Events)

 

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Description of training

 

This 3 day accredited workshop is open to anyone working with young children (under 7) with additional needs/disabilities and their families. It covers core curriculum set out by the National Portage Association www.portage.org.uk

 

The course covers:

  • The Portage Model
  • Small Step Learning teaching strategies
  • Partnership working
  • Holistic assessment
  • Play for children with additional needs
  • Recording and evaluating children’s progress
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Attendance on all 3 days is required for this course

 

Refreshments: Drinks on arrival only.

Tutor:  Janine Wood NPA Accredited Trainer & Helen Pattinson

Suitable for

 

Early Years Practitioners, SENCO’s & EYFS Teachers particularly those working in Day Nurseries and 2 year provision, Schools, Children’s Centres and other early years settings.

 

Date/s, times & venue

 

 

10.10.19 - 09.15am to 3.00pm – Margaret McMillan Tower

11.10.19 - 09.15am to 3.00pm – Margaret McMillan Tower

21.11.19 - 09.15am to 3.00pm – Margaret McMillan Tower

Attendance on all 3 days is required for this course

 

Cost

£170 per person for this 3 day course.

Also includes National Portage Association (NPA) course booklet & NPA registered Certificate


Opportunity

Published: 02/09/2019
Audience: Early Years Practitioners, SENCO’s & EYFS Teachers particularly those working in Day Nurseries a
Contact: Heather Varo

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