TRAIN THE TRAINER - Meeting Needs of Learners with ADHD in the Classroom
Tuesday, 18 July 2017 from 09:00 to 17:00 (BST)
This short-course qualification really gets to the heart of how to work well with students who have ADHD and ADHD-like behaviours.
The qualification validates and extends the work being done by countless numbers of teachers and support staff in all areas of education, including FE and 6th forms.
You can be an accredited trainer in this subject, take back your expertise to your own school or college and deliver this training yourself.
The programme is designed for all classroom-based staff, whether teaching or supporting.
• Approved by Ofqual
• Accredited by OCN London
• Level 2 (introductory)
• Level 3 (advanced)
The programme is in four learning outcomes, each of which have assessment criteria to be provided as evidence.
Know what ADHD means
Be able to identify the impact that ADHD has on a person
Be able to modify the impact that ADHD has on learning
Be able to identify key principles of positive behaviour
Achieve this qualification through 14 guided learning hours, with a combination of independent study (pre-course reading), accessing a 30-minute webinar, one day in the training room and post-course evaluation. All with full tutor support, guidance and feedback.
You'll receive all digital copies of course materials so that you can adapt/modify the resources to suit your own delivery.
To gain your the qualification, you will be required to complete sections of the workbook during the training day, which forms a major part of the assessment. This will form the basis of your knowledge and understanding to be able to provide this training with enormous knowledge and confidence of the topic.
Due to the pre-course preparation requirement, registration for this course should be no later than 1 week prior to commencement of the course date.
See the course programme here.
Who should attend:
This programme is designed for:
staff in any learning and skills environment.
The trainer for this programme is Hilary Nunns. Hilary works extensively in education with students with ADHD, and is a recognised advanced practitioner and authority on managing ADHD in the mainstream classroom.
The course content includes behaviour and classroom management techniques which benefits all students, not just those with ADHD.
Fees include all course resources and accreditation fees. You'll also meet like-minded people and can share ideas and resources with them, too. Not forgetting the luxury of refreshments all day and lunch.
Bookings can be made directly through Eventbrite or by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org. Can Do Courses is an OCN London registered centre.
We look forward to welcoming you to the programme.
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