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
- Functional Assessment
- 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 firstname.lastname@example.org
or via mobile, on 07539 481398