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Mar 17 2023

Central London Community Healthcare (CLCH) are delivering virtual training sessions on various topics.  They are designed for Early Years Practitioners working across the Hammersmith & Fulham, Kensington & Chelsea, and Westminster boroughs.

Please see message from the SLT

Dear SENCO, 

We are excited to share with you our FREE training opportunities for the  Summer term 2023 – watch our 1-minute video now: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pWurzVTH1wY 

We are offering live virtual training on: 

  • Setting Up Social Communication Groups in Your Setting 
  • Making Sense of Echolalia  
  • Working with Children with Developmental Language Disorder 
  • Signing and Visual Support 
  • Building Vocabulary in Your Setting 
  • Using Colours to Build Sentences
  • Helicopter Stories
  • Talking Tables
  • Emotional Regulation  

See details in the attached document on how to book a place Early Years Practitioner Tutorials- you tube links

You can also watch our pre-recorded YouTube training videos in your own time – see links in the attached documents:

Early Years Practitioner Tutorials- you tube links

EY SLT Virtual Training SUMMER term 2023

If you have any questions, you can email Aimee Appleton  (speech and language therapy assistant on clcht.slteytraining@nhs.net I hope you understand we are a clinic-based service and we are often out of the office, so we are unable to respond straightaway. If your query is urgent, please call the children’s complex care and speech and language therapy admin hub on 020 7266 8777. 

We look forward to seeing you at our training! 🙂 

Best wishes SLT Team
Speech and Language Therapy Early Years Team
Central London Community Health Care NHS Trust
clcht.slteytraining@nhs.net| www.clch.nhs.uk

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