Level 1 course - Understanding ABI
Next course : 23 January 2020 There is only one place left on this course
Subsequent course : 5 March 2020 Please email the office if you would be interested in this course. There is a minimum of 6 places to make this course viable.
A day for teachers, LSAs, educational psychologists, SENCOs and parents to look at ABI and education, taking place in Bristol. It will consist of five sessions and a workshop for you to ask questions or examine materials. With only 10 places maximum we are able to focus on the needs of individual youngsters.
- What is ABI?
- What is acquired with an ABI?
- Developing essential skills after ABI
- Teaching and learning after ABI: Practical findings from research
- Supporting a pupil with ABI
- Workshop: Classroom challenges of ABI
Venue: The course will be held at our base at 45 Stanley Road, Warmley BS15 4NX.
Time: 9:15am-3pm, 9am for coffee
Please contact the office to register your interest
Bring your own lunch, coffee/tea and biscuits will be provided
Required Contribution: £25 for schools in The SHIPS Project, £50 for others. Please send a cheque made out to SHIPS when booking.
If you would be interested in joining this course, or to obtain further details, please contact the office by
email: [email protected]
letter: 45 Stanley Rd, Warmley, Bristol BS15 4NX
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