Webinars

As part of our Transform training offer, we run a series of webinars where experts from across the specialist sector contribute their knowledge on different topics.  They are usually held on a Wednesday lunchtime each month.

Upcoming Webinars

Webinar – Engagement of Adults with Learning Difficulties in an Interactive Environment

19 February 2020
This is part of our series of monthly webinars promoting the exchange of ideas, research and effective practice. This seminar is hosted by Naomi Parish, PSD Programme Leader at Henshaws College, and presents iMuse, an interactive environment comprised of a vibrating mattress which massages the body, motion sensors to create music, visuals projected created from […]

Natspec webinar

18 March 2020
This event is one of our monthly webinars for Natspec members, promoting exchange of ideas, research and effective practice Further details to be released in due course

Promoting physical activity and sport for disabled students in FE

22 April 2020
Would you like some practical tips and guidelines on how colleges can promote sport and physical activity to students? In this webinar, Shannon Howarth from AoC Sport will look into the current landscape, opportunities, barriers and attitudes to physical activity and sport for disabled students in further education colleges. Please register for this event here

Natspec webinar

13 May 2020
This event is one of our monthly webinars for Natspec members, promoting exchange of ideas, research and effective practice Further details to be released in due course

Natspec webinar

17 June 2020
This event is one of our monthly webinars for Natspec members, promoting exchange of ideas, research and effective practice Further details to be released in due course

Past Webinars

All webinars released under the Transform training offer are available on youtube.

Please also check the TechAbility webinar channel for specialist help on Assistive Technology.

The Adolescent Brain

Hosted by Janine Cherrington from Transition2.

Beyond the challenges our learners experience with aspects of their diagnoses, they are also undergoing significant changes within their adolescent brains. Such changes can lead to the young adult feeling more excitable and exhausted, and can significantly affect already complex behaviours, sleep patterns and relationships. Developments in neuroscience help us to recognise some of the ways in which we can support our young adults with aspects of self-regulation at this time of change, and better understand how college life can be structured to help prepare learners for their transition from childhood to adulthood.