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Signalong Foundation Course www.bournemouthcpd.co.uk event
Start date Friday 22 March 2019 Add to Outlook Calendar
Times 09:30 - 11:30 
Arrival Time  
Closing date Friday 8 March 2019
Venue
Montacute School, 3 Canford Heath Road, Poole, Dorset, BH17 9NG
Event Leader Lucy King 
Event Contributor
Lucy King 
Admin Contact Lucy King (lucyking.lk1977@gmail.com
Event Description Lucy King a Registered Signalong Tutor will be running a Signalong Foundation Course at Montacute School, which will take place for 2 hours a week over 8 weeks.To accredit with Signalong for a Foundation course, all 8 sessions need to be attended.

During this 16 hour course you will learn and understand how to use signs to interact and communicate with others,following Phase 1.

The course will cover, What is Communication, The History, Philosophy and
Methodology of Signalong, Core Vocabulary, Generalisation/Symbolic
Understanding , Keywords 
Event Outcomes On completion of the course all attendees will receive Signalong certificate and be able to communicate through Sign and understand how and why we use it. Phase 1 will be used and completed within this course. 
Course Cost £ 150 
Event Charges Notes Phase 1 manual and certificate is included in the price. £130.00 for parents with SEN child. Free to Montacute parents only. 
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Programme Area Adult Social Care / Children and Young People's Social Care / Further Education / Management, finance & administration / Multi Agency / Schools and Governors 
Event Notes Non attendance or cancellations made 2 weeks or less before the start date will still be charged. Tea, coffee and water will be provided. To accredit with Signalong for a foundation course, all 8 sessions need to be attended. Parking is limited at the school; please do not park directly in front of the school entrance, this is left free for minibus access. When signing in please register your car registration. 
No of sessions There are 8 sessions between Friday 22 March 2019 and Friday 24 May 2019