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Next steps: Supporting successful transitions into post-16 education and employment for deaf young people in England

 

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Next steps: Supporting successful transitions into post-16 education and employment for deaf young people in England (1)
Primary target audience: Professionals
Format: Information guide
Date live: 01/03/2016

This resource is for professionals supporting deaf young people in England through transition when they leave school or college – this includes deaf young people with and without an Education, Health and Care (EHC) Plan. You may find this resource useful if you are a:

  • teacher
  • Teacher of the Deaf
  • careers adviser
  • learning support worker
  • communication support worker
  • local authority special educational needs (SEN) officer
  • special educational needs coordinator (SENCO).

The resource includes a number of checklist templates which can also be downloaded separately below: