Five Day Course for Intervenors

4th – 8th February 2019

At Deafblind UK Conference Centre, Cygnet Road, Peterborough, PE7 8FD

£450 per participant

Course content includes: –

  • Implications of MSI
  • The Role of the Intervenor
  • Vision
  • Hearing
  • Functional Assessment
  • Mobility
  • Communication
  • Touch Interaction
  • Learning Environments

Upon successful completion of this five- day course, participants will receive a “Certificate of attendance” and will be a Trained Intervenor.

University of Northampton in collaboration with NatSIP will be providing the option of accreditation at Level 4 worth 20 CATS (Credit Accumulation Transfer System) points in ‘Supporting Learners who are Deafblind/ Multi-Sensory Impaired’

Cost of Accreditation = £350

This is the original Intervenor Course developed and delivered by Jenny Fletcher and colleagues from Sense. The 5-day course is specifically designed for Teaching Assistants, Health Care Workers, Learning Support Workers, Social Care Workers and those employed to work on a 1:1 basis with a child or young person who is congenitally multi-sensory impaired / deafblind, or has a single sensory impairment with additional complex needs.

This course meets the requirements of the Intervenor Standards issued by NatSIP.

For more information please contact Jenny Fletcher, via email on         

or via mobile, on 07539 481398