Efficient Partnership Working to Improve SEND Outcomes(EPS564)

Provider: Optimus Education
£299.00 + VAT Primary - £299 + VAT<br/>Secondary - £379 + VAT<br/>Optimus Unlimited member - 1 Free delegate place

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Description Hear good practice from across the country on how to work in partnership with all agencies. Take back this knowledge to overcome your local barriers and ensure the best possible outcomes for pupils with SEND.
Duration One day national conference 24th November 2016 London

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Categories Management, Special Educational Needs Coordinator, Wider Context, Multi-agency Working, Out of school
Learning outcomes for participants/users and, where relevant, pupils or students Learn how to engage with all agencies, families and your SEND students to ensure the EHCP is child-centric and focused on outcomes.

Gain vital insight into national good practice to enable you to overcome your local barriers and challenges.

Understand how to make the most out of your budget and know where to source additional streams of revenue.

Parental perspective: gain first-hand experience from a parent of a child with special educational needs and learn what it is they really need from you.

In-school support: learn from 3 case studies on building and developing in-school support on speech and language, counseling, and educational psychology and assessment.

Engaging agencies: hear good practice on achieving outcomes within the EHCP by developing a more collaborative approach.
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How users/participants can evaluate success Prior to attending the event, use the pre-event resources and self-assessment survey to reflect on your current situation and plan what you need to take away from the conference.
Follow-up activities and support After the event, use the wide range of post-event resources and the post event survey to see how you've developed your skills and knowledge
Details Our fantastic line up of speaker includes:

Adele Devine
Special Needs Teacher, Portesbery School

Gareth D Morewood
Director of Curriculum Support (SENCO), Priestnall School

Sue Birchall
Finance Manager, Mascalls Academy

Suzzanne Ijewsky
Headteacher, Friars Academy

Mark Blois
Partner, Browne Jacobson LLP

Elizabeth Burns
SENCO, St James’ Catholic High School

Find out more at www.oeconferences.com/SEND16

This course does not have any pre-booked dates available. Please contact the provider directly to arrange this training.