25th January 2021

Bitesize CPD for Schools – Menu of SLCN Webinars

Recent studies suggest that approximately 2 children in every classroom of 30 will experience a clinically significant language disorder that impacts on their learning. In addition, prevalence of SLCN (speech language and communication need) is growing and there is evidence to show that in some areas of deprivation more than 50% of children start school with speech, language and communication needs. WMSLT staff have been working hard to bring you a collection of short bitesize webinars suitable for all school staff. The webinars aim to provide staff with increased awareness, knowledge and skills within the field of speech, language and communication to ensure schools are well prepared to meet the learning needs of this population.

WMSLT presents the first in a suite of webinars. The initial menu of webinars has been categorised into the following

  • Primary (Inc. Early Years)
    • Supporting SLCN in the Early and Primary Years
    • Approaches to Develop Attention and Listening
    • Supporting Speech Sound Difficulties
    • Supporting Social Communication Difficulties
    • Supporting Children who Stammer
    • Supporting ICW’s (Information Carrying Words)
    • An Introduction to Vocabulary Learning
  • Secondary
    • Supporting SLCN in Secondary School
    • Supporting Social Communication Difficulties
    • Supporting Students who Stammer
    • An Introduction to Vocabulary Learning
    • Understanding and Supporting Adolescents with Selective Mutism
    • Supporting Narrative Skills across the Curriculum
  • Specialist Colleges for Adults with Learning Difficulties
    • Adult Learning Difficulties: Maximising Communication Potential
    • Total Communication
    • Creating a Communication Friendly Environment

To see pricing and purchase the webinars, please download an order form and send to training@wmspeechtherapy.co.uk. Please note orders will only be accepted with an accompanying purchase order number. 

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