Open College Network (OCN) London Level 3 awarded
Five consecutive Thursdays: 7th July – 4th August 2016. 9.30am – 4.30pm, Central London Location
Clarion UK is providing one bursary, covering 50% of the full course fee. Note: UCL Staff and students are not eligible for this bursary. For further information about the bursary please contact Bethany Jamieson. Tel: 01763 209001 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Did you know?…
- The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills recently published guidance recommending notetakers providing support to people with disabilities have formal notetaking qualifications.
- Trained note takers are in short supply and the new guidance will certainly increase demand for trained notetakers
- Qualified notetakers can earn over £30/hour
The portfolio-based course will train you to document clear, informative notes for students with different disabilities. You will study the context and role of notetakers, the notetaking requirements of students with disabilities and strategies for supporting a range of learning needs. You will learn the key principles of working as an electronic notetaker for deaf and disabled students, which includes disability awareness, the Equality Act and notetaking needs of clients with a variety of disabilities. You will gain valuable insights into the professional issues involved, a mastery of the technical skills employed, whilst acquiring experienced instruction in a recognised notetaking software package.
For further information, please click on the following link – http://www.ucl.ac.uk/dcal/study/cpd/electronic_notetaking
This course is delivered in partnership with Note-able Notetakers Limited and supported by Clarion.
They are also running an Introduction to Notetaking course – http://www.ucl.ac.uk/dcal/study/cpd/introduction-to-notetaking