Information for Managers of SaLT services: Training you can commission for Practitioners
Elklan has written many highly successful courses for the wider workforce from age 0-25 years. Over 50,000 learners have completed one of our courses which are all externally quality assured and accredited by an OfQual regulated national Awarding Organisation.
Who are the courses for?
Elklan courses are available to early years practitioners, teaching staff, teaching assistants, speech and language therapy assistants, college tutors , staff working in the youth justice sector. Practitioners can choose the course that is most appropriate for the age range and or area of specialism with whom they work.
The following courses have been designed to run over 10 weeks although can be taught in five half day sessions or 3 full days. This represents a large time commitment but saves time ultimately as SaLTs are working with a highly skilled workforce who can implement training programmes more effectively. For more detailed information click on each of the course titles.
Speech and Language Support with 3-5s
Speech and Language Support for 5-11s
Speech and Language Support for 11-16s
Speech and Language Support for Post 16s
Speech and Language Support for vulnerable young people (those in youth offending institutions or pupil referral units etc)
Communication Support for 0-25s with Complex Needs (runs for 7 sessions)
These courses provide a route for participants to gain particular expertise in a range of conditions thus facilitating effective collaborative practice when engaging with the SaLT service.
What can the participants achieve?
Participants can achieve accreditation through an externally quality assured and OfQual regulated national Awarding Organisation. Elklan courses are accredited at different levels. Please see individual course information for details.
Effective use of SaLT time:
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