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Supporting the achievement of deaf young people in further education

 

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Supporting the achievement of deaf young people in further education
Net Price: £0.00
Primary target audience: Professionals
Format: Information guide
Date live: 24/12/2015

The aim of this resource is to help staff in further education:

  • make effective provision for deaf students so that they make good progress and develop the independent learning and life skills they will need in adulthood
  • take the reasonable steps required under the Equality Act 2010 to ensure that deaf students are not treated less favourably than other students.

 

It does this by:

  • explaining the implications of deafness on language and learning providing advice on how to help a deaf student make a successful transition to college
  • describing the measures college staff can take to enable a deaf student to succeed.