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Providing Evidence of Normal Way of Working - Webinar Recording (NWOWWEB)

2 hours - £20 (£15 for members if they use the discount code emailed to them)

​This webinar recording will be useful for anyone involved in supporting students with SEN who require access arrangements, and especially those involved in applying for access arrangements.

The webinar examines the JCQ interpretation of ‘normal way of working’ and explores resources used in a variety of centres to provide evidence for differing needs. It considers systems to implement a whole-centre approach and successfully request information from subject teachers and learning support staff, including use of online information and document-sharing technologies. It also considers how to do this when students are working from home. There is a Q&A after the presentation with Caroline Read and Lia Castiglione.

Please note: The main content of this webinar is the same as the Providing Evidence for Normal Way of Working seminar offered at the Communicate-ed Conference in September 2021. We received such positive feedback from the conference seminar that we decided to make the session more widely available. If you watched the seminar as part of the Conference, you are welcome to book the webinar as well, but please be advised the content will be the same, but with an additional Q&A at the end.

The course tutors are Lia Castiglione and Caroline Read.

Lia Castiglione

Lia Castiglione

Lia has been teaching and supporting learners of all ages for over 25 years and in varying educational settings. She is a specialist teacher who is highly experienced in all aspects of access arrangements, has held a current Assessment Practising Certificate since 2008 and regularly assesses in schools and colleges. Lia is the co-creator of a postgraduate access arrangements assessor course and is the author of the Patoss/JCQ book, ‘Assessing the Need for Access Arrangements.’

Caroline Read

Caroline Read

Caroline is a Specialist Teacher who has practical experience in all areas of the Access Arrangements process and trains for LAs, Universities and SEN Services. Caroline contributed to the PATOSS/JCQ publication ‘Dyslexia: Assessing the need for Access Arrangements’, has been published in academic journals and has worked with various publishers to develop tests. She was part of the working party which set up ‘Access Arrangements Online’ and has been involved with other DfE and Ofqual training and policy projects.

​When you book to view the webinar recording, you will be sent an email with a username and password to log into our learning platform. This should arrive within 15 mins.

If you book before 12 noon, you can book to start the course the same day. If it is after midday, you will need to select a start date in the future.

From your selected start date, when you log into the learning platform, you should be able to see the webinar recording under your Current Courses. You will have 10 consecutive days to watch the recording from when you log in.

Once you have finished watching the course, you will be able to download a certificate of attendance. Please save or print this for your CPD file.

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  • Webinar Recording £20.00

The webinar examines the JCQ interpretation of ‘normal way of working’ and explores resources used in a variety of centres to provide evidence for differing needs. It considers systems to implement a whole-centre approach and successfully request information from subject teachers and learning support staff, including use of online information and document-sharing technologies. It also considers how to do this when students are working from home. There is a Q&A after the presentation with Caroline Read and Lia Castiglione.

Please note: The main content of this webinar is the same as the Providing Evidence for Normal Way of Working seminar offered at the Communicate-ed Conference in September 2021. We received such positive feedback from the conference seminar that we decided to make the session more widely available. If you watched the seminar as part of the Conference, you are welcome to book the webinar as well, but please be advised the content will be the same, but with an additional Q&A at the end.

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