This training explores significant transitions for children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND), with particular focus on those children who are moving from an Early Years setting to school. It considers how all effective long term transitions involve a period of preparation, followed by the actual move or change, and then a process of adjustment and acceptance, and explores strategies for good transitions. It also considers the development profile of children with SEND, the dynamics of their family unit, and the strengths and challenges for settings so that you will better understand individual support needs and can use this knowledge to personalise transition.
It will take you up to 8 hours to complete the online self guided study, practical activities and webinars.
Who is it for?
This course is written for practitioners working in Early Years settings but is open to anyone who touches the Early Years sector as part of their working life.
You’ll be supported by the Training team at Dingley’s Promise through the training mailbox [email protected]
On completion you’ll receive a certificate from Dingley’s Promise Training.
What trainees have said about the course:
“I really enjoy this training – lots of information, ideas, examples and videos which are very helpful. Thank you so much!”
“An excellent workbook to refer back too, a wealth of information and further reading/videos and useful templates.”
“Dingley’s Promise always provides the most in-depth training sessions. I have learned a great deal to put into my practice moving forward to support others.”
“The course really made you think about what you actually do and what needs to change. I will be promoting this training at any SEND courses I do in the future and recommending it.”