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Level 4 Award in Supporting Children and Young People with Speech, Language and Communication Needs (SLCN)

Fully booked

Price£275.00

Category SEND & Inclusion

Target audienceTeacher
Teaching Assistant
SENCOs
LSA

Audience capacity10

CodeED1595/22-23/2485

Type1 session x 1 hrs
1 session x 1 hrs
1 session x 1 hrs
1 session x 1 hrs
1 session x 1 hrs

Aims

  • To understand the roles and responsibilities of different professionals working in schools and settings to support children and young people with SLCN.
  • To understand typical speech language and communication development.
  • To develop an understanding of the risk factors that may increase the likelihood of a child or young person having SLCN.
  • To understand the impact of SLCN on other areas of development.
  • To be able to accurately identify SLCN.
  • To know and be able to implement strategies for supporting children and young people with SLCN.
  • To be able to implement techniques to engage children and young people.

Overview

This course is suitable for any member of staff who has completed the Level 3 Elklan qualification and would like to further their knowledge of SLCN. The Level 3 Elklan qualification is a prerequisite of this training. 

It is a Level 4 qualification and requires participants to complete an online portfolio made up of learning activities and reflections linked to the seven aims outlined above.

Participants will have access to a Tutor and Learning Outcome Assessor. The Tutor and Learning Outcome Assessor will support participants to gain the level of knowledge and practical skills required and to strengthen portfolio work ready for final submission. All correspondence with Learning Outcome Assessors takes place on the online platform.

On successful completion participants will gain a Level 4 award in supporting children and young people with speech, language and communication needs (SLCN) and 6 level 4 credits from Gateway Qualifications. Participants will take away an exciting portfolio of work.

This exciting course will enable participants to develop their knowledge and confidence in supporting children and young people with speech, language and communication needs and provide them with the opportunity to develop a range of practical skills

Subscription schools should book places on the Professional Learning portal, non-subscription schools should book directly with the Eastern Partnership (Level 4 Award in Supporting Children & Young People with Speech, Language and Communication Needs - Eastern Partnership UK (SEND)).  As there are only 10 spaces available for subscription schools, spaces are limited to one per school. Bookings will close on 15th September 2022.

1 Bookings available

Fully booked

Thursday 18:30
Online

Session 1: 03 November 2022 - >

Session 2: 01 December 2022 - >

Session 3: 05 January 2023 - >

Session 4: 02 February 2023 - >

Session 5: 02 March 2023 - >

Professional Learning Packages:

Schools have the option to buy a professional learning (PL) package for SEND & Inclusion. Once purchased, the PL Booker for each school can book two people onto all courses within SEND & Inclusion. Additional places will be charged at the cost displayed on the course page.

To purchase the package:

  • Log into the hub https://traded.enfield.gov.uk/thehub
  • Scroll down to the Schools Traded Services Store
  • Click ''Enfield Education'
  • Select the package of professional learning you which to purchase
  • If you are purchasing for more than one school, select the school you are purchasing for

Packages can be purchased for non-Enfield schools, please select the OutOfBorough option.

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