This teacher professional development DME training is a series of three sessions.
Session 1: DME Learners and Identification: Monday 25th January at 4pm – 5.15pm
In this session, participants will learn about the definition and characteristics of young people with dual or multiple exceptionality, including how to identify young people with DME.
Session 2: Understanding the Framework for Supporting DME Learners: Monday 1st February at 4pm – 5.15pm
In this session, participants will learn about the framework that can be used to support the needs of DME learners to underpin their wellbeing and enable them to realise their potential.
Session 3: Creating Support Plans for DME Learners: Monday 8th February at 4pm – 5.15pm
In this session, participants will learn how to analyse the needs of individual DME learners and create a support plan based on identified needs using the framework covered in the previous session.
One ticket covers all three workshops in the series. There are no single workshop tickets.
£90 for members (£75 plus VAT) and £108 for non-members (£90 plus VAT) . Members can find their discount code in the Schools Focus on Potential newsletter, or on the members noticeboard.
The facilitator for this session is Rebecca Howell. Rebecca is Senior Education Consultant at Potential Plus UK. She leads various aspects of the organisation, including support for schools and has oversight of both the assessment and the advice service. With a background in educational leadership, she is passionate about developing new services to support members and has 3 children with HLP/DME.