Senco Training

 Dyspraxia (DCD Developmental Coordination Disorder)

Autumn  2018   Training Courses

 

What will the training cover?

  • What is dyspraxia (DCD)
  • Co-occurrence with other SPLDs
  • Simple explanation of the physiology behind dyspraxia
  • Motor and sensory difficulties
  • Barriers to learning
  • Practical classroom/playground support strategies and useful resources
  • When and who to refer a child to
  • How to make an effective referral
  • Approaching parents
  • Sources of further help

How much will it cost? 

    £55 (no VAT to add). The profit will be used to support children.

 

Where and when?

Choose from:-

09.00-12.30 Thursday 11th Oct. Worcester (Woodgreen Church Centre WR4 0SR)
09.00-12.30 Wednesday 17th Oct. Hereford (Thepoint4 RNCB College HR1 1DT)
09.00-12.30 Tuesday 20th Nov. Worcester (Woodgreen Church Centre WR4 0SR)

 

Who is the trainer?

Cathy Parvin trained as a Registered General Nurse, an Orthopaedic Nurse and completed the Further and Adult Teachers Certificate (Course 730/7307).  Following training and mentoring by the Dyspraxia Foundation, she became the Education Officer (West Midlands) for the Dyspraxia Foundation in 2010. A funded two year post delivering training in schools for teaching staff on dyspraxia. On completion of this project, Cathy was invited onto the Dyspraxia Foundation Education Panel as an advisor and asked if she would continue as a Dyspraxia Foundation "approved" trainer.

Currently she is Director of Dyspraxia Education an organisation which supports children with dyspraxia/DCD in education. She is a visiting university lecturer for SENCo Award, P.E, PGCE, BA honours and Early Years courses. She has delivered conference seminars both nationally and in Europe.

Having also completed training with the National Handwriting Association she was invited to become a committee member and trainer for the NHA. However, her greatest teacher by far, is her daughter Lydia who has dyspraxia.

Dyspraxia Education is a “Not For Profit” organisation whose primary role is to support children and young people affected by dyspraxia (DCD) in education. We do this by running free helplines, visiting schools, advising families, teaching staff and other professionals. We raise our own funds through the training packages and products which we offer.

 

How to book and pay?

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and follow the instructions on the online booking form

Will refreshments be provided?

Tea/coffee/water plus cakes/biscuits will be provided throughout the morning. Please let us know if you have any dietary needs/allergies on the booking form.

Will parking be available?

There is limited free parking available at the venues and local side streets if necessary. We will send out more travel information with booking confirmation but if you have any queries or access needs, please feel free to contact us…cathy@dyspraxia-ed.co.uk or 07736000979.