Developing Decision-making with Children and and Young People with SEN
||Tuesday 24 November 2020|
|Time:||13:00 – 15:00|
|Venue:||Online – details to follow|
|Booking:||will open in early October 2020|
|Cost:||£50/delegate, reduced to £40/delegate for NatSIP-affilated
and NatSIP-member organisations
NatSIP is pleased to offer this new on-line training session, presented by Jane Sinson.
The NatSIP website event listing notes: “We all make decisions every day, but are you aware of the process you use to make a decision? Being able to make decisions is an important life skill, which can have a positive impact on well-being. However, many children and young people with SEN will need direct teaching and guidance to develop this ability, from the earliest age.
Jane Sinson has written an essential practical guidebook for education and associated professionals, using education-focused case studies throughout to illustrate key points, which explains the mechanics of decision-making, introduces the associated language and concepts, and presents both a practical decision-making framework based in the Mental Capacity Act decision-making process, and a decision-making syllabus, from which education professionals can create their own curriculum.
Jane aims to give a thorough introduction to this complex area. All delegates will receive a copy of Jane’s book Developing Decision-making with Children and Young People with SEN – A Practical Guide For Education and Associated Professionals
The session will be hosted by NatSIP
About the presenter:
Jane Sinson is an HCPC Registered Psychologist and Chartered Educational Psychologist. She has worked with NatSIP over several years and taught pupils with special needs in a range of mainstream, resourced and special schools before training as an educational psychologist. As a local authority educational psychologist for over twenty years, Jane supporting pupils and staff across a wide range of settiings as well as delivering training to school staff and parent workshops. Jane also undertakes voluntary work as an EP in a school for children with severe learning difficulties in St Lucia.
Who is it for?
This training is designed for staff working with children and young people with SEN and learning difficulties in all settings including special schools and colleges.”