Assisting children in achieving the best qualification. AQA Realising Potential: Achievements formally recognised as UAS (Unit Award Scheme) can help learners with progression to….. Further study Training Employment Independent Living More active involvement in Society How does UAS work? Every centre must have a trained coordinator who runs and is responsible for UAS. UAS is a powerful tool for recognising individuals for specific knowledge, skills
Up-to-date knowledge of Down Syndrome ensures the most effective way of planning support and strategies of intervention for people of this population. Down Syndrome Development Trust provides specialised training for parents, teachers and professionals supporting people with DS.
For additional info call DSDT on 07897 373839 or email us here – firstname.lastname@example.org.
Training events coming up include:
These techniques are currently recognised as the best-practice method of teaching children with Down Syndrome how to read and how to develop speech and language skills.
Co-worker Training 2018 Supporting the communication of children and young people with Down Syndrome – a 3 day course About the course: The training course is designed to develop speech and language groups that assist people who have Down syndrome to develop their communication skills. Cost per delegate – £450 Dates – Thursday 18th October Thursday 8th November Thursday 6th December For more info
A one day course Supporting pupils with Down syndrome with speech language and communication across the curriculum (key stage 2, 3 and 4) More info coming soon When and where? Thursday: June 14th 2018 Venue: Sussex TBA Who should attend this training? Senco’s, school staff TA’s, S<’s and parents If you would like to attend or request further information Please express your interest via
Speech, language and communication for children with Down syndrome in Primary Phase For staff working in mainstream schools including Teaching Assistants,Classroom Teachers, SENCO’s, Support Teachers, Speech and Language Therapists and parents. A one day workshop for families and professionals supporting children with Down syndrome up to the age of 11, on understanding our children’s communication profile and supporting them to develop their speech, language
Working with Children who have Down Syndrome in Mainstream Schools: Strategies to support communication and learning Oct 4th 2017 For staff working in mainstream schools, including Teaching Assistants, Classroom Teachers, SENCO’s, Support Teachers, Speech and Language Therapists. This course enables staff to review and update strategies used in school. It offers essential information about Down Syndrome and effective strategies for staff who are relatively