Supporting neurodiverse trainees

Career stages
Early, Experienced, Expert
Film, Unscripted TV, High-end TV, Children's TV, VFX, Animation, Games
ScreenSkills funded

This course aims to develop your awareness of how to support trainees who are neurodiverse and / or have specialist educational needs and disabilities (SEND). You will focus on practical strategies and reasonable adjustments for including all delegates on your courses. This will take the form of 'areas of focus' that cut across many different kinds of SEND/ neurodiversity and will help to ensure inclusion for all.

The session will start at 10:00 and end at 12:00. There will be regular breaks and the room will be open from 9:45 for anyone wanting to test their connection/ chat with others before the session starts.  To actively participate, you will need access to a webcam and microphone (both of which are often already built into laptops), or you can plug in a headset. 

If you haven’t used zoom before, please download it to your device you will be using for the sessions in advance. You can download and use the software for free from the zoom website.



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