Inclusion Online is a flexible, interactive training resource for tutors and support staff working with learners with a range of learning difficulties and disabilities in the learning and skills sector. It is based on a successful model of online training originally developed for school staff, which has been redeveloped for the post-16 sector through the Action for Inclusion activities in the LSC South East Region, funded through the Learning for Living and Work investment funding. It is aimed at all college staff who may have contact with these learners.
What courses are on offer?
There is a Foundation course which covers the main issues around inclusion in the FE sector, supported by 5 further courses in learning difficulties and disabilities, including autistic spectrum conditions, speech, language and communication needs, managing behaviour, hearing impairment and visual impairment. You can see some sample pages by clicking here.
How can my college take part?
Colleges can access the courses through annual subscription, which is used to provide help and support, and to maintain and further develop the courses on offer in response to user feedback.
You can download a leaflet in .pdf form by clicking here.
For more information, including subscription rates, contact Jacqui Webber-Gant on 07817 5452 21 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org