Understanding ADHD 1.00pm - 4.00pm
Tuesday, 11 October 2016 at 13:00 (BST)
This workshop runs over three hours 1.00pm - 4.00pm. It aims to pull back the curtain on the incredible misunderstanding which is experienced by many around this condition. The purpose is to provide an important awareness of the condition whilst simplifying for non-experts.
This will give all teaching and support staff (and parents/carers) useful strategies to support the learning of students with ADHD, including behaviour, study skills and barriers to learning.
Training is provided by Hilary Nunns, an ADHD specialist tutor who provides training for education professionals. As a current practitioner she’s exactly the sort of person to work with, and you will gain some REALLY good strategies if you spend time in her training session.
Parents of children with ADHD who attend this training will be able to introduce some of the strategies at home, enabling them to find their way more easily through the education system and work in partnership with school and college.
What you will learn:
• Understand what it means to have ADHD
• Dispel the myths
• Recognise the barriers to learning
• Gain strategies to support learning
Who should attend:
Designed for anyone with an interesting in helping with studying, with homework and with behaviour eg:
- learning support assistants
- teaching assistants
- specialist tutors
Bookings can be made directly through Eventbrite or by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org. If you're serious about making a difference to the learning environment, attending this training should be a priority.
Fees include all course resources and the opportunity to build a whole new mindset with actions to take back to your school or college. You'll also meet like-minded people and can share ideas with them, too.
We look forward to welcoming you to the programme.
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