This webinar has now taken place but you can still watch on demand.
In this webinar, Di Caesar will explain the newly available resources for those who wish to improve outcomes for post-16 learners with a physical disability. These include standards for the post-16 setting, online awareness training and materials within the Effective Practice Hub.
Di is a former National Chair of pdnet, a national organisation representing professionals who work within the physical disability sector. She is currently a pdnet Project Manager managing work streams to develop resources to improve the knowledge, skills and capacity of the physical disability workforce across all phases of education.
Since April 2017 pdnet has been a strategic delivery partner for the Department for Education (DfE) after being awarded the contract ‘Support for children and young people with physical disabilities’.
To register for the on-demand webinar you need to be logged in as a SET member.
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