A suite of four interactive online training modules for managers and staff involved in running or setting up Supported Internships. The modules will also be relevant to staff involved in traineeships, apprenticeships, Tech levels or, study programmes for young people with SEND which have a substantial workplace learning element.
This suite of four modules have been designed to support specialist Further Education providers working with young people with SEND with knowledge and information about the supported employment process and Supported Internship programmes. Modules two, three and four will also be of relevance to post-16 providers working with young people with SEND on traineeships, apprenticeships, Tech levels or study programmes with a substantial workplace learning element.
Each module is a stand-alone, two and half hour training workshop. Organisations can select any number of modules to suit their requirements. Please note for each course date we are limiting bookings to 4 per organisation as a maximum. However, the modules are also available to be delivered as in-house training. For further information on in-house training please contact email@example.com
The training will be delivered by a specialist trainer with extensive experience of work in the specialist sector and managing vocational programmes.
Setting up Supported Internship programmes
An interactive workshop for managers to seeking to introduce, extend or improve the quality of their Supported Internship provision.
Introduction to job coaching
High quality job coaching is crucial to the success of programmes for learners with SEND; this workshop will teach you about the skills required and how job coaches support employment.
Securing employer engagement for work based learning programmes
Employer Engagement for work-based learning programmes for learners with SEND is key as without employers there are no employment outcomes; this workshop covers how to get employers involved and stay engaged.