Note-taking for Disabled Students

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Note-taking for Disabled Students

Post  deals_citylit on Fri Jun 21, 2013 9:04 am

Do you wish to work as a notetaker with deaf and disabled students in further and higher education?

 

Discover the principles of note-taking.  Learn about a variety of disabilities and acquire techniques to improve your note-taking to support disabled students in education and work.

                                                                                                  

Course title: Note-taking for Disabled Students—Open College Network London Region (OCNLR) awarded.

 

Course Code: GN103

Dates: 8/07/2013 to 12/07/2013.

Fee: £350 full / £220 senior / £145 conc

Time of class: 10:00 - 17:00

 

Course Code: GN101  

Dates: 19/09/2013 to 17/10/2013. Five  Consecutive Thursdays.

Fee: £398 full / £243 senior / £175 conc

Time of class: 10:00 - 17:00

 

Venue:

The City Lit Centre for Deaf Education and Learning Support

Keeley Street

London

W2B 4BA

Nearest tubes: Holborn and Covent Garden stations

 

Topics:

technical note-taking skills

role of a notetaker

note-taking needs of disabled students,

Equality Act

Note-taking practice

guest speakers

how to take notes in different styles

context of note-taking in education

handwriting practise

 

Tutors:

Michael Peart and Paul Clark (City Lit Note Taking: Quality Standards).

 

Enrolment:

Subject to skills’ assessment. 

 

Interview: skills’ assessment

GN103 Date: 24 June 2013 at 2 pm, Room M06. We are also accepting ad-hoc interview dates  for the week commencing 1 July; subject to tutors’ availability

 

GN101 September skills assessment date: TBC

 

For an application form and to book your assessment contact: deafedu@citylit.ac.uk  or 020 7492 2725

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