Speech and Language Support for Vulnerable Young People

Speech and Language Support for Vulnerable Young People

Speech and Language Support for Vulnerable Young People

A practical training course for staff working with young people within youth offending institutions, prisons and vulnerable situations, providing you with:

  • a wealth of information and an opportunity to share experiences with other practitioners working with young people of the same age with similar communication challenges
  • practical advice and strategies which are easy to implement
  • Language Builders for Vulnerable Young People, a practical resource containing an abundance of tips, ideas and strategies
  • registration with OCN London to enable you to achieve accreditation at level 2 or 3 (accredited courses only)

This course is offered by face-to-face and webinar-based online training. Both cover the same superb content and are taught by our experienced Elklan Tutors using interactive teaching methods, practical activies, videos and group discussions.

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1. What is communication?
2. Non-verbal communication, listening and attention
3. Understand spoken language
4. Developing verbal reasoning
5. Strategies to develop vocabulary
6. Developing expressive language and communication
7. Promoting effective social communication skills
8. Developing a communication plan

Available courses

Face-to-Face Training
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Further training opportunities

Specialist Courses

These courses are ideally suited for you if you have completed an eight- or ten-session core course and wish to take your learning further.

Supporting Autistic Pupils' Communication
Supporting Children with Unclear Speech
Supporting Children and Adults using AAC
Supporting Social, Emotional and Mental Health of Children and Young People

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