The technology that most young people and learners will have access to is a mobile phone. iPhones and Android phones provide ways in which to increase access to the world, whether through literacy and numeracy, organisational skills, mental health or visual support.
To ensure that young people have the skills they require to gain employment, live independently and access leisure activities, it is essential that they discover what their phone can do for them. This course will give staff the knowledge so they can support learners and people in care settings to discover accessibility features and apps on phones. This knowledge should reduce people’s requirement for human support to support basic skills.
This course will cover how mobile phones and related apps can be used to:
- read text both on the screen and when printed
- provide support for hearing impaired users
- develop good habits
- support organisation and structure at a range of understanding levels
- produce and control using just a voice
- support people with dexterity difficulties.
This is delivered online as a short course and places can be reserved for small numbers of staff.
The below cost is for each attendee. All attendees need to register separately.
- Natspec and Karten members £80 +VAT
- Natspec affiliates £105 +VAT
- Non-members £125 +VAT
Attendees will be invoiced after the event.
Book your place
As this course has restricted places, we are limiting bookings to 4 per organisation as a maximum. For larger numbers, the training can be delivered in-house for a single organisation. This has the advantage of allowing more time for questions and tailoring the content, so it is specific to your setting. To request delivery of this training online or face to face at your organisation please email email@example.com.
By booking a place you understand that cancellations made within 5 working days of the event will be charged at full price, unless otherwise stated. Please ensure you read our cancellation terms and conditions prior to booking. If you find that you cannot attend, please let us know as soon as possible so that we can make the space available for others.
It is the attendee’s responsibility to ensure that they can access Zoom events. If you are unfamiliar with Zoom or wish to test your system is compatible, please use the test meeting facility.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email from Zoom containing information about joining the meeting. Please keep this somewhere accessible and check your spam before contacting firstname.lastname@example.org with any issues.