Intensive Interaction: One-Day Course, presented by Dave Hewett Friday 6th October 2017, Birmingham UK & Co-ordinator Course

One-Day Course, presented by Dave Hewett. Friday 6th October 2017, Birmingham

   This course will be of interest to staff of all disciplines who work with adults and children with severe learning difficulties, including social services staff, teachers and assistants, nurses, staff from voluntary organisations, therapists and indeed parents and other carers.

The course will include extensive use of video examples. Comprehensive hand-outs will be given. Course members should expect to work in a warm, humorous and supportive atmosphere. The trainer will seek feedback from participants throughout the day and tailor the day to meet the group's specific needs.

The focus is on the communication needs of people who have not achieved use nor perhaps understanding of speech and may be “difficult to reach” in various ways.

Intensive Interaction is an approach where the member of staff is seen as the main teaching resource, using personal qualities of face, voice and body language to involve the learner in progressive sequences of interactive activities.

These activities provide the person with learning difficulties with the opportunity to learn the pre-speech fundamentals of communication such as enjoying being with another person, giving sustained attention, turn-taking, use and understanding of eye contacts, facial expressions, body language and non- verbal signalling.


Intensive Interaction Co-ordinator Course

We have a small number of places available on the next course starting in May. This course is open to all practitioners, of whatever qualification, or holding no qualifications except for their practical experience. Places on the course are limited so please apply early. 

We believe that this course will be attractive to employers in that they will see the value of having a member of staff within the establishment or service who is an II Co-ordinator.

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