Save the date: 10th May. Gwyn McCormack returns with a new webinar on vision impairment. Register now!
Date 20th Apr 2022
Following a highly popular and successful webinar back in November 2021, OLT are excited to welcome back leading vision impairment specialist and director of Positive Eye Gwyn McCormack for a new live session on vision impairment (VI).
About this event:
Title: Learning to Access: Models of Opportunity (for children and young people with vision impairment)
Host: Gwyn McCormack
Date: May 10th 2022
Time: 4pm – 5.30pm (BST)
Held on May 10th and aimed at teaching advisory and support staff, teachers, parents and carers too, this new SEND practice webinar, available live (and on demand after 24 hours) will help you deepen your knowledge about how to remove barriers to learning for children with vision impairment.
‘Learning to access’ and engage in the curriculum are crucial skills that widen ‘access to learning’. During this webinar, Gwyn will share two story models to demonstrate the range of opportunities that are available to promote ‘learning to access skills’ for all ages, abilities and educational need.
This webinar provides:
- Join our webinar (live or on demand) and support your professional development with a leading voice in vision impairment
- Benefit from a brief overview of the ‘learning to access skills framework’ before applying it to two story models
- Get together with your peers and share ideas and questions during our live Q&A session
- Showcase evidence of your learning with an OLT CPD certificate.
With only 1,000 places on our webinar available, make sure that you’re among the first to register by completing your details in the form in the side panel to the right!
*This webinar will be recorded. All registrants will be able to access and view the webinar 24 hours after the live event.
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