TechAbility drop-in and update

The third in TechAbility’s series of drop-in sessions, Fil and Neil will discuss general updates relevant to Assistive Technology at this time. This session is also an opportunity to bring your questions, insights and discussion points to the session.

 

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The recording will be available on our YouTube page a couple of days after the event

 

 

Microsoft Teams as a Virtual Learning Environment to deliver remote learning

Join this webinar to see how a specialist FE college turned their Microsoft Teams provision into a basic Virtual Learning Environment in just one week.

Darren Morgan from Employ My Ability explains how they achieved this and has some hints and tips on implementing this in your setting.

 

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The recording will be available on our YouTube page a couple of days after the event

TechAbility drop-ins and updates

Fil and Neil will be running a drop-in session where they will discuss general updates relevant to learners with disabilities. This will range from free software options to sharing best practice observed. There will be time for questions, enquiries and discussion.

Please register for this event here

 

The recording will be available on our YouTube page a couple of days after the event

Remote therapy

This webinar will discuss the support and guidance available for therapists while giving key tips on delivery. It will draw on personal experience and act as a starting point to delivering effective remote therapy.

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The recording will be available on our YouTube page a couple of days after the event

 

Accessible e-books

There are a number of providers making their resources accessible digitally. This webinar will discuss the accessibility of these for learners, especially those that use Assistive Technology.

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The recording will be available on our YouTube page a couple of days after the event

 

Medical Device Regulations: what’s changing?

The new Medical Device Regulations come into force on the 26th May 2020. Hannah Golding, (Treloar College: Assistive Technology Manager) will give an overview of the regulations and how they may impact those working in educational and Assistive Technology settings.

The recording will be available on our YouTube page a couple of days after the event

 

Booking available here

Drop-ins and updates

Fil and Neil will be running a drop-in session where they will discuss general updates relevant to learners with disabilities. This will range from free software options to sharing best practice observed. There will be time for questions, enquiries and discussion.

Register for this webinar here

The recording will be available on our YouTube page a couple of days after the event

Introduction to Databridge Goat

Databridge Goat is a free service made available to help teachers, parents and students during the Covid-19 outbreak to continue learning whilst being at home. In this webinar the main features of this facility will be discussed and questions fielded. The webinar will be hosted by Richard Allwood at Databridge.

Register for this webinar here

The recording will be available on our YouTube page a couple of days after the event