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Webinar - Creating good listening conditions for learning in education, 4:0...

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Children’s learning is affected by their surroundings. Effective language and communication skills lie at the heart of deaf children and young people’s social, emotional and intellectual development.

In this webinar, you will learn how to identify noise hazards in early years settings and vital tips to improve a deaf child’s learning. All children in an early years setting will benefit from small changes to their learning environment. Deaf children can do anything other children can do, given the right support from the start.


Key topics covered.

• how listening conditions affect the learning environment

• spotting potential noise hazards and knowing how to improve the learning environment

• understanding sound vibrations and wave travel

• how technology can improve the learning experience of deaf students

100% of delegates rated this training as excellent, Spring 2018.

We limit our webinars to a maximum of 12 attendees to ensure the highest level of learning is achieved.

Trainers:

Tina Wakefield, BSC Hons, PGCE, DASEHIC

Education Consultant Ear Foundation/National Deaf Children’s Society

Tina Wakefield is an Educational Consultant, working with the National Deaf Children’s Society and the Ear Foundation Education and Research teams. She has long experience with deaf children from birth to 18+ in various settings. She delivers specialist courses nationally and internationally and develops educational resources both in report and video form.

Sian Wilson, Training Officer

Sian Wilson qualified as a nursery nurse in 1983. She has worked in various setting supporting children with additional needs for over 11 years. In 2000 Sian went to work at Sure Start where she became interested in parenting. In 2014 she joined National Deaf Children’s Society and has been a training officer for over 3 years.

FAQs

What is a webinar?

A webinar is an online seminar held via the internet where users join the session remotely and take part in the training in real time. (Please note, you access this training via the internet. It is not a face-to-face course.)

Our webinars are led by expert trainers, providing you with the most up to date and relevant information. Each webinar is interactive with real-time questions and answers. There’s also live chat where you can communicate with other trainees and/or the presenter in real time and receive an instant response.

Webinars can be accessed from anywhere. As long as you have a computer with internet connection you can join our webinars and improve your skills to help support deaf children and young people.

What you’ll need to access the webinar
You’ll need a computer with access to the internet - Chrome and Firefox are recommended. To hear the webinar you’ll need a headset – and our webinars also have live captioning. You won’t need a microphone as you will participate via text and chat.

Who is the course for?

Professionals in an early years’ environment including:

Mainstream teachers / teaching assistants / nursery staff/ early year’s practitioners / childminders

How much does it cost?

£30 per person, payable via credit/debit card, cheque or invoice.

Can I book a place without a purchase order number?

Yes. If you are waiting for a PO number to be approved, enter 'to be confirmed' when registering and let us know the number once approved.

How do I find out your bank details?

If you need our bank details in order to add the National Deaf Children's Society as a supplier on your finance system, again please contact us and we can send these to you (training@ndcs.org.uk).

Can I give my place to a friend or colleague if I can't take part?

Yes, however you must notify us in advance, at least 5 days before the workshop takes place via training@ndcs.org.uk

What if I need to cancel?

If the;

• Delegate cancels 20 working days or less before the planned date, a charge of 100% of the total cost will be made

• Delegate cancels 21 - 30 working days before the planned date, a charge of 50% will be made

• Delegate cancels 31 working days before the planned date, no charge will be made.

Interested in our other courses?

Take a look at our website

If you have any further questions, please contact us on 0121 234 9832 (v) or training@ndcs.org.uk.

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