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Preparing for post-16 settings

Photo: Adapt your support to meet the needs of post-16 learners

Are you a professional working with deaf young people in a secondary setting or further education? Do you want information and ideas to help you support them in preparing for their next step?

Our one-day interactive workshop will provide tools, information and resources so that you can give the best possible support to deaf young people in post-16 settings including further education colleges, apprenticeships and employment.

Join us at our upcoming workshop on 22 January 2020 in Birmingham.

Tickets cost £95 and sales close at 11:30pm on 13 January 2020.

Workshop Overview

Whether you are newly appointed or an established professional working with children in a secondary setting or further education, our course provides in-depth knowledge to help you provide effective support post-16.

You'll understand how to adapt your support to meet the needs of post-16 students and develop a stronger understanding of the post-16 education context. You'll take part in breakout groups and discussions for knowledge sharing with other professionals.

Topics covered:

  • Adapting your support to meet the needs of post-16 learners
  • The range of post-16 providers
  • The content of 16-19 study programmes including Maths and English
  • Supporting young people on apprenticeships
  • Support for an effective transition to post-16 education and employment

Who is it for?

This workshop is designed for all education professionals working with deaf young people in a secondary setting or further education.

How much does it cost?

This is a full day workshop (9:30am - 5pm), costing £95.

Location

CBSO Centre, Berkley Street, Birmingham, B1 2LF

Book your place

Join us at our upcoming workshop on 22 January 2020 in Birmingham.

If you are interested in finding out more about our workshop listed above, or any future workshops dates, please contact us at training@ndcs.org.uk.

Can't find a suitable location?

We can also deliver a bespoke workshop package, tailored to your organisation's needs and delivered at a location that suits you.

If this is more suitable, please enquire today or contact us at training@ndcs.org.uk.

Please refer to our Terms and Conditions before booking.

What do delegates say?

"I have a lot more information re different courses/training available. This will enable me to give quality advice to my students during the transition process to post-16 provision" Teacher of the Deaf, 2018

FAQs

Who is the course for?
This workshop is designed for all education professionals working with deaf young people in a secondary setting or further education.

How much does it cost?
£95 per delegate, payable via credit/debit card, cheque and 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)

Do I need to do any prep before attending?
No, however we do ask that you complete a survey before attending.

What are my transport options for getting to and from the event?
The event will be hosted at the National Deaf Children's Society head office in London. The nearest underground station is Old Street; a 5 minute walk away.

Car parking
There are no car parks directly on site. You can find information about local car parking here.

Is lunch provided?
Please note that lunch is not provided. Delegates will be asked to bring their own lunch or make use of any local cafes. Refreshments, such as tea, coffee and water will be available.

Can I give my place to a friend or colleague if I can't come?
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 you cancel;

  • 20 working days or less before the planned date, you will be charged 100% of the total cost
  • 21 - 30 working days before the planned date, you will be charged 50% of the total cost
  • 31 working days before the planned date, you will not be charged.