Your service may be helping children and young people, but is it also fully accessible and inclusive?
The Council for Disabled Children is a leading authority on the rights and needs of disabled children. We work with government, local authorities and voluntary sector organisations to ensure disabled children’s life chances are assured, their needs met, their aspirations supported and their rights respected. Our training helps providers understand how any service catering for children and young people can be made open and accessible to disabled children.
This training explores:
- Your legal duties, including reasonable adjustments and recent reforms to legislation
- Involving disabled children and young people and their parents in decisions about the services they can access
- Ensuring policies and procedures take into account the needs of disabled children and young people
- Managing risk and risk assessments
- Age considerations when working with older young people
Who is it for?
The ‘Making opportunities inclusive for disabled children and young people’ training is for all services aimed at children and young people, including: Leisure activities Residential centres Youth centres Any activity catering for children and young people.
This half-day, face-to-face training for up to 30 people is useful for both those who manage and deliver services and provides proven methods to maximise inclusion. The training is based on CDC’s influential publication Dignity and Inclusion which is an essential practice guide to the positive inclusion of disabled children and young people.
The cost of the training will depend on the size of your group, the length of the training and whether you want us to deliver on site or at our offices in London.
However, to give you a rough idea of how much this training would cost:
Our experienced CDC trainer can train a group of up to 25 professionals for a full day at your offices at a cost of £800 plus expenses.
For a more exact quote based on your specific needs please contact us on 020 7843 6000 or at firstname.lastname@example.org