KIDS eLearning is an accessible, interactive platform for training individuals or workforces about disability and inclusion.

Be one of the first to take control of developing the skills of your workforce so that they are able to deliver a high quality level of support to the families they work with.

At KIDS we know that each and every child is unique. Whatever their impairment, all children want to play and have fun with their friends. KIDS eLearning was developed for people working with disabled children and young people to understand how to respond appropriately to each child’s individual requirements.

The eLearning suite is flexible enough to cover a range of different requirements. From those who need a simple introduction and overview of key information, through to those working with disabled children and young people on a daily basis.

Workforce development is a challenge that faces everyone working with disabled children, young people and their families.

To address these challenges KIDS has developed over 45 hours of high quality eLearning to support your staff team.

Key features of the eLearning suite:

• Ongoing general or technical support (via telephone and email).

• Updates and rewrites arising from changes to accepted best practice.

• All module rewrites as required by change of legislation.

• Updates to questions and modules following feedback from users.

Many families and carers of disabled children are becoming aware of the government plans to give greater control to families through personal budgets.

As they discover the new offer of what their child is entitled to and the flexible methods in which they will be able to access services, be ready by making sure your team and partner organisations know how to meet their needs.

For more information and pricing details please email elearning@kids.org.uk or download our flyer.

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