Speech and Language Support for Post 16s - elearning

Speech and Language Support for Post 16s - elearning

Speech and Language Support for Post 16s - elearning

This course is also available via face-to-face training

A practical training course for those working with young adults within FE colleges and residential settings, providing you with:

  • A wealth of information and an opportunity to share experiences with other practitioners working with young people of the same age with similar communication challenges
  • Practical advice and strategies which are easy to implement
  • Language Builders for Post 16s, a practical resource containing an abundance of tips, ideas and strategies
  • Registration with OCN London to enable you to achieve accreditation at level 2 or 3 (accredited courses only)
Face-to-Face Training
Online Training

£370 plus VAT per person.

e-learning sessions for Post 16s
Online Non-Accredited e-learning

£250 for 12 weeks' access.

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1. What is communication?
2. Non-verbal communication, developing listening and attention skills
3. Promoting vocabulary development
4. Understanding spoken language
5. The link between language, memory and task completion
6. The Blank Language Scheme
7. Understanding the situation
8. Supporting expressive language and narrative skills
9. Social Communication Skills
10. Linking things together and developing a communication plan

Available courses

Accredited Online Training

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e-learning sessions for Post 16s

Online Training

e-learning sessions

Targeted strategies for specific age range

Language Builders for Post 16s

Anytime access to the e-learning sessions
Ten weeks

Twelve weeks
Teaching from an Elklan Tutor
Discuss and share with other learners
External accreditation with a 9 credit Award on successful completion
Learning log to complete online
Time commitment per course for all aspects 4-4½ hours total per week* 1-1½ hours per week

£370 plus VAT


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*This is an accredited course and so you will need to actively engage with the training and complete a learning log. To do this you should expect to set aside around 4½ hours weekly.

This will include:

  • 1 to 1½ hours to complete the online session and prepare observations etc. for the live webinar
  • 1 hour to attend the live webinar
  • 1½-2 hours to plan, implement knowledge and strategies learnt and write-up the plan, observations and evaluation in an online e-log

Further training opportunities

Specialist Courses

These courses are ideally suited for you if you have completed an eight- or ten-session core course and wish to take your learning further.

Supporting Autistic Pupils' Communication
Supporting Children with Unclear Speech
Supporting Children and Adults using AAC
Supporting Social, Emotional and Mental Health of Children and Young People

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