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Everyday Learning and Therapy™: The Key Worker Model of Early Childhood Intervention

Face-to-face

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Cost per person:

$385.00

Inclusions:

Morning tea and lunch

Designed for:

  • Early Childhood Intervention (ECI) professionals
  • Therapy Students
  • Special Education teachers

Duration:

2 day workshop (8:30am - 4:30pm)

Pre-requisites:

None

Course Overview

This face-to-face course has been designed in Australia specifically for professionals who are working in Early Child Intervention (ECI) under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).

A one day course that offers a unique opportunity to look at the current research in a small group learning environment and reflect on the role of the Key Worker in a changing environment.

This course reflects the four quality areas of Early Childhood Intervention Australia’s (ECIA) National Guidelines for Best Practice in ECI.

  • Understand the four quality areas of Best Practice underlying Early Childhood Intervention
  • Have an improved understanding of family experiences of raising a child with a disability
  • Gain an understanding of Family-Centred and Strengths-Based Practice
  • Understand the role of collaborative team work in ECI
  • Explore the boundaries of the role
  • Engage in reflective practice.

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