INTERACT - Effective Interaction training
Learn the latest skills to support effective interaction.
As a parent or professional supporting a child or adult with additional needs, the three 1-day training events INTERACT, compiled by our friends at Sensory Spectacle, will provide you with a wonderful opportunity to learn new skills, confirm or refresh your practice and meet new colleagues to share challenges with.
The focus of these annual INTERACT events is to enable delegates in a single day to learn from four outstanding professionals hands-on skills they can immediately employ in their own setting.
Each of the days feature four exceptional speakers, and occur on successive weeks in October:
- 05th [PRESTON]
- 12th [LONDON]
- 19th [BRISTOL]
The first of these days is being hosted by our great friends at The Space Centre. Alison Birch, with whom Mike Ayres Design has collaborated for far more years than either would like to concede (its over 25!), will also be delivering a session on 'How to use multi-sensory equipment flexibly, with purpose and relate this knowledge to everyday settings'.
Austin Hughes from Anna Kennedy Online will be the host of the day, knitting together the whole event and adding his own insight to proceedings.
Alongside the fantastic speaker panel, Sensory Spectacle will also be providing the opportunity to learn about Sensory Processing Disorders via their illuminating immersive experience. They promise to be special days. Early booking is always recommended for these courses.
What do I do next?
How about watching a video of the highlights from the corresponding 2016 event?
For details of the full INTERACT programme, visit SensorySpectacle.co.uk, if you'd like to talk to Becky Lyddon who founded Sensory Spectacle, call 07763620636 or, if you would prefer, email Becky and her team.
If you'd like to read about all the courses and services Sensory Spectacle offer.....go here.
Of course, the friendly Mike Ayres Design team are here to help too, call us on 01359 251 551 or, if you prefer, email the team.
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