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Training courses

We offer a range of practical and engaging training packages to help support and promote Speech Language Communication Needs (SLCN) and its delivery

Working in partnership: An introduction to Speech and Language Therapy (SaLT).

 

Ideal for teachers and teaching assistants.

Aims: To raise awareness of the role of Speech & Language Therapy; To be able to differentiate between speech & language; To give practical strategies to implement where appropriate.

Integrating SaLT within your school.

 

Ideal for early years staff.

Aims: To raise awareness of the prevalence of Speech & Language Therapy opportunities within routines and activities in the setting; To be able to differentiate between speech, language, and communication; To give some practical, everyday strategies to implement and support therapy input.

Getting Involved – supporting students with speech programs.

 

Ideal for teaching assistants.

Aims: To be able to differentiate between speech & language; To raise awareness of the developmental acquisition of English phonemes; To develop the participants’ auditory discrimination skills; To increase the accuracy and efficiency of outcome recording; To provide practical therapy support ideas and strategies.

The foundations of phonics.

 

Ideal for early years and KS1 staff.

Aims: To raise awareness of the developmental acquisition of English phonemes; To develop knowledge of the physical production of phonemes; To give practical strategies to encourage the correct production of phonemes in isolation.

Getting Involved – supporting students with language programs.

 

Ideal for teaching assistants.

Aims: To be able to differentiate between speech & language; To raise awareness of the developmental acquisition of English vocabulary and grammar; To increase the accuracy and efficiency of outcome recording; To provide practical therapy support ideas and strategies. 

Getting Involved – An overview of dysfluency (stammering) in your setting .

 

Ideal for all staff. 

Aims:  To raise awareness of stammering in the setting; Theoretical background and general information; Factors that can increase and decrease stammering; To give some practical strategies to implement in the classroom where appropriate.

Sound Awareness Programme – Level 1 (SAP1) .

 

 Ideal for Early Years/ KS1 staff who intend to lead the Sound Awareness programme.

Aims: To provide an overview of the sound awareness programme; To support staff in delivering  sessions; To familiarise selected staff with the SAP resources, forms and recording methods; To give some practical strategies to implement where appropriate.

Communication Screening Tool.

 

Ideal for Early Years staff.

Aims: To provide an overview of the theoretical underpinning of the Screening Tool; To support selected staff be able to use the screen in an efficient and effective manner, (including restrictions and license details); To provide an element of consistency between referrers; To rapidly assesses receptive/expressive language skills as well as speech skills; To identify appropriate children to refer to N.E.W.Options, (In turn reducing inappropriate referrals, resulting in improving financial budgets and treatment times); To give some practical strategies to implement where appropriate.

Vocabulary Improvement Programme – Level 1 (VIP1) and Level 2  (VIP2).

 

Ideal for early Years/ KS1 staff who intend to lead the Vocabulary Improvement programme.

Aims: To provide an overview of the Vocabulary Improvement programme; To support staff in delivering sessions; To familiarise selected staff with the VIP resources, forms and recording methods; To give some practical strategies to implement where appropriate.

Vocabulary Improvement Programme – Level 3 (VIP3)

 

Ideal for KS3-KS5 staff who intend to lead the Vocabulary Improvement programme. 

Aims:  To provide an overview of the Vocabulary Improvement programme; To support staff in delivering sessions; To familiarise selected staff with the VIP resources, forms and recording methods; To give some practical strategies to implement where appropriate.

Speech and Language Therapy Hull

Email: hello@new-options.co.uk

Phone: +(44) 7969 970501

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