ADHD – Meeting Needs of Learners in the classroom
**Train the Trainer**
OCN London Level 3 Award (QCF)
Tuesday 28 June 2022
Being held in Euston, London
This short-course qualification really gets to the heart of how to work well with students who have ADHD and ADHD-like behaviours.
I’m looking for enrolments from enthusiastic and talented individuals who will be able to deliver this programme to colleagues, in order to create better life chances for pupils with ADHD.
Take back your expertise to your own school or college and deliver the training yourself. The content and resources from this training will give you and your school or college internal capacity for support and training with ADHD. You’ll be able to include training at your own twilight sessions, inductions, or when pupils/students with ADHD are enrolled at your place of work.
This course has been compiled by practitioners in the field of ADHD (particularly how it relates in education), and through the training they can share the knowledge and experience which they have accumulated. The materials include course resources which can be used in a variety of settings and which can be adapted to suit the environment in which you work.
With approximately 6% of the student population having an identified diagnosis of ADHD, it’s important that we are meeting our responsibilities under the Equality Act 2010. Not to mention the reduction in stress for staff and increased success for students.
– A full day of training plus a follow up Zoom tutorial to consolidate
– Digital copies of the complete study pack
– Off course support for your first session (email and telephone)
– OCN London Accreditation and Certification (QCF)
The programme is designed for all classroom-based staff, whether teaching or supporting
- Approved by Ofqual
- Accredited by OCN London
- Level 2 (introductory)
- Level 3 (advanced)
The training is divided into four learning objectives, each of which require assessment criteria to be provided as evidence.
- Know what ADHD means
- Understand the impact that ADHD has on a person.
- Know how to modify the impact that ADHD has on learning.
- Understand the key principles of positive behaviour management
Achieve this qualification with a combination of independent study (pre-course reading), accessing a 30-minute webinar, one full day in the training room with me on 28 June 2022, and post-course tutorial. All with my full support, guidance and feedback.
You’ll receive all digital copies of course materials so that you can adapt/modify the resources to suit your own delivery. This enables you to contextualise your scenarios to the given setting.
It also means you can adapt and amend for specific modules for new staff induction or at your school/college INSET.
The cost is £450 per person, which includes all training,
resources, registration and accreditation.
To gain your qualification, you will be required to complete sections of the workbook during the training day (and in the days that follow), which forms a major part of the assessment. This will provide evidence of your knowledge and understanding of the subject which in turn helps you to be able to provide this training with confidence.
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There is some pre-course preparation requirement, therefore registration for this course is recommended to be no later than 1 week prior to commencement of the course date.
See the course programme HERE
Who should attend:
Fees include all course resources and accreditation fees. You’ll also meet like-minded people at the training event and follow-up Zoom tutorial, and can share ideas and resources with them, too. Not forgetting the luxury of refreshments all day and lunch.
REMEMBER – you can book an Early Bird place until 15 June 2022
Can Do Courses is an OCN London registered centre.
We look forward to welcoming you to the programme.