Hosted at East Surrey College, London Road (www.esc.ac.uk) we’re covering the four learning outcomes across the weeks, beginning on Tuesday 5 February 2019, 7pm – 9pm.
The four evening classes are:
With approximately 6%-8% of the pupil/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!
The Learning Outcomes state that by the end of the course you will:
All the course content includes practical examples of how to best support your students (of all ages) who have ADHD and improve their life chances as a result.
The materials include courses resources which can be used in a variety of settings and which can be contextualised to suit the environment whether at school, college, training centre, Alternative Provision etc.
Each class covers one learning section, during which you can make notes and begin to complete your workbook. The workbook forms the assessment which, when completed, is submitted by you for marking. If the assessment is completed satisfactorily the marked copy will be sent for verification and accreditation. If you need to complete additional work to your assessment, it will be returned to you with notes from the tutor to give you guidance as to the areas for improvement. You can re-submit your work at this time and it will be sent for accreditation.
The cost to attend this full training across four evenings is ONLY £175.
How to Enrol
It’s easy to enrol. You pay here via the website (Add to Cart) or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
By enrolling you have agreed to the conditions of enrolment – the small print.
How to pay
Payment in full must be received before the course date. Payment can be made by company or personal cheque (allow 2 weeks), Digital Banking, PayPal or Credit Card. Sorry, we don’t have an official instalment plan.
Small print – conditions of enrolment
Payment must be made before the start date. Refunds will not normally be given. By enrolling you agree to follow your tutor’s advice.
Copyright of the materials belongs to Can Do Courses and no part of the materials should be reproduced unless for your own use when working with students.
We’re confident that you’ll enjoy this course and look forward to meeting you.