The Venue Ramada Hotel & Resort, Birmingham, is set in spacious private grounds, overlooking a picturesque lake in a peaceful setting. Penns Lane, Walmley, Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands, B76 1LH Tel: 0121 351 3111 Web: www.jarvis.co.uk www.nasen.org.uk Booking form Please complete and return to the address below or fax back to 01827 313005 Supporting the Inclusion Development Program - Please select one workshop from the Speech, Language and Communication morning session and one workshop Friday 2nd May 2008 from the afternoon session. Workshops Morning Afternoon workshop workshop Language for Learning W1 W5 Developing Narrative Skills W2 W6 Social Aspects of Speech, Language and Communication Difficulties W3 W7 Social Aspects of Speech, Language and Communications Difficulties W4 W8 Delegates will receive written confirmation of whether their booking has been successful. Delegates requiring accommodation the night before the conference should contact the reservations desk at the Ramada Hotel direct on 0121 351 3111 and ask for the nasen conference accommodation rate of £89 bed and breakfast. Data Protection - Your data will be held on computer. Information in the boxes marked with an * will be made available to other course delegates. Please tick the box if you object to this. Rates Day delegate nasen member booking - £195.00 Day delegate non-member booking - £295.00 Delegate Information Invoice Address - (if different from previous section) Please use a separate booking form for each delegate. Name: Photocopies are acceptable. Address: Title* Full name* Organisation* Payment Details Address: Please take payment: (tick box payment option) Invoice cheque Credit card I enclose a cheque/official order for £ Supporting the Inclusion Development Post code: (Please make cheques payable to nasen) Tel No: Please debit my Mastercard/Visa/Switch Account No: Email: Profession: Programme - Speech, Language and Special requirements: (Dietry etc.) Card expiry date: 3 digit security number: Issue No: Communication Signature: Membership No: (if applicable) Official Order No: Phase of Education: How did you hear about the event? Nursery Primary Secondary FE Friday 2nd May 2008 Post Email Other Ramada Hotel and Resort, Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham. Please return to: nasen House, 4/5 Amber Business Village, Amber Close, Amington, Tamworth B77 4RP or fax back on 01827 313 005. For further information please call us on : 01827 311500 Notification of cancellation must be received in writing at least 2 weeks prior to the event, when a full refund, less an administration charge of £10 will be made. Refunds for places cancelled less than 2 weeks before the event will be at the discretion of the organisers. In the event of cancellation, nasen bears no responsibility for any loss incurred by delegates for transport or accommodation relating to this training event. The information contained in this leaflet was correct at the time of printing. However, nasen reserves the right to make changes to the programme, without notice. VAT Reg No. 584 9553 85 Company Registered in England & Wales No 2674379 Supporting and developing quality inclusion in education Introduction Workshops will be delivered on key areas of support and provide practical strategies for working with children and young people with speech, language and communication Chris Beek, National Director of the SEN / LDD Programme and Adviser Team with the National difficulties, such as the curriculum narrative, social and emotional implications, adult and Strategies will deliver the Keynote Speech for this event on the Department’s responsibility for child interaction. The general focus for the conference will be delivered by Sue Hayden taking forward the commitment to Removing Barriers to Achievement by providing a four-year and Emma Jordan of Language for Learning, who will illustrate the development of programme of continuing professional development (CPD). The programme is being designed to children’s skills within the context of the curriculum delivered consistently across increase the confidence and expertise of mainstream practitioners in meeting high incidence SEN in the school. mainstream settings and schools. The Inclusion Development Programme (IDP) will aim to drive this initiative forward in partnership with I CAN and Dyslexia Action. The second Keynote Speech will be delivered by Alex Hall, Director of Development, I CAN on Current Issues in Speech, Language and Workshop Profiles Communication. Language for Learning The ongoing Bercow Review of services for children with speech, language and communication needs (SLCN) has been key in raising awareness of language as a foundation life skill. Alex’s speech Sue Hayden, Specialist Teacher and Emma Jordan will highlight the impact of SLCN and cover current initiatives which support professionals working Specialist Speech and Language Therapist, Worcestershire PCT with children and young people’s language, including the Inclusion Development Programme (IDP). Developing a whole school/class approach to meeting the needs of children with language and communication difficulties - participants will find out about the Language for Learning framework, Conference Programme consider identification tools and have the opportunity to explore a range of curriculum friendly strategy ideas. Developing children’s skills within the context of the curriculum consistently 09:00 – 09:30 Registration & refreshments across the school will be discussed. 09:30 – 09:40 Introduction - Lorraine Petersen, nasen’s Chief Executive Officer 09:40 – 10:10 Keynote presentation 1 - Chris Beek, National Director of the SEN / LDD Programme and Adviser Team with the National Strategies Developing Narrative Skills 10:10 – 10:40 Keynote presentation 2 - Alex Hall, Director of Development, I CAN - Speaker details to be confirmed shortly Current Issues in Speech, Language and Communication 10:40 – 10:45 Questions from the floor to Keynote speakers 10:45 – 11:05 Refreshments & Exhibition Child and Adult Interaction Keena Cummins, Speech and Language Therapist 11:05 – 12:45 Workshop session 1 (1hr 40min) - Language for learning This workshop will focus on the fundamental principals of adult/child interaction and how being aware of our own interaction skills can develop the foundations and fundamental aspects - Developing narrative skills of language and communication (attention, listening, turn-taking, play, comprehension, - Speech, language and communication difficulties – child and adult interaction expression and pragmatics) in all children. It will outline which adult interaction skills facilitate - Social aspects of speech, language and communication difficulties communication, how to reflect on your own style using video and what to observe in each child as a consequence of your own behaviours. 12:45 – 13:45 Lunch & Exhibition Keenas’ career spans 20 years in Paediatrics. She has worked with children individually and 13:45 – 15:25 Workshop session 2 (1hr 40min) within group contexts, in home settings, clinic/community/Nursery settings, Mainstream schools, - Language for learning schools for children presenting as on the autistic spectrum and schools for children with Mild to moderate learning difficulties. - Developing narrative skills - Speech, language and communication difficulties – child and adult interaction - Social aspects of speech, language and communication difficulties Social Aspects of Speech, Language and Communications Difficulties 15:25 – 15:45 Refreshments & Exhibition 15:45 – 16:00 Questions for the panel of speakers chaired by nasen’s CEO Speaker details to be confirmed shortly Delegates are invited to select two of the four workshops to attend during the day, one in the morning and the other in the afternoon. All delegates receive a resource pack including handouts for each workshop containing practical guidance on supporting children and young people with speech, language and communication nasen is the leading organisation in the UK which aims to promote the education, training, difficulties and a certificate of attendance. For more information on this or other nasen events advancement and development of all those with special and additional support needs. For more please call 01827 311 500. information about nasen, please visit our website at www.nasen.org.uk.