This FREE to access training is for Early Years practitioners in family hub local areas.
The training session will provide practitioners with a thorough understanding of inclusive practice for SEND in Early Years settings, including:
- Responsibilities of a setting towards children with SEND
- The role of the SENCO and the Key Person in PVI settings
- The importance of the early identification of SEND
- What effective inclusive practice looks like
- How to develop positive relationships with parents and carers of children with SEND
- nasen’s free Early Years resources to support you in meeting the needs of all children in your setting
Who would benefit from this training?
- Early Years practitioners
- New SENCOs
You will be emailed supportive documents before the webinar to print off and use during the training and, on completion of an evaluation after the webinar, you will receive a certificate.
Suitable for: Early Years Practitioner, Other, SENCO
Meet your trainer
Anna changed career to retrain as a teacher in 2012, quickly developing a particular passion for supporting children with SEND and their families.
Working as a SENCO and SEND Lead in several primary schools across the West Midlands, Anna gained experience across local-authority-maintained schools and within multi-academy trusts. Before joining nasen, Anna led a Communication and Interaction hub provision, working between specialist and mainstream settings to ensure inclusion and support for children with a range of additional needs.
Anna leads on nasen’s Early Years work, and she is passionate about giving children the best possible start in life. She also has a particular interest in animal assisted therapies, outdoor learning and Forest School.