Special Educational Needs Conference – 22nd May, 2017 in Central London

Hear from Ofsted and the CQC on initial findings from the local area SEND (LASEND) inspections and take away key learning from an outstanding child and mental health services (CAMHS) provider on identifying SEN students earlier.

London, United Kingdom, March 17, 2017 --(PR.com)-- As the Department for Education announces an additional £4.8million of funding to support the special educational needs (SEN) reforms and the CQC and Ofsted undertake joint local area inspections, Capita’s Special Educational Needs Conference comes at a critical time for education, health and local authorities.

This conference provides you with strategic guidance on how you can ensure excellent provision for children and young people with SEN in the context of restricted budgets. With the Standards and Testing Agency consulting on the recommendations made in the Rochford Review, and the second High Needs Funding Consultation closing in May, this event marks the perfect opportunity to hear from expert speakers on how SEN reforms will affect your organisation.

Key topics include:

Embedding the reforms from the Children and Families Act 2014
Taking an integrated approach to commissioning
Creating bespoke strategies for children with complex needs
Measuring progress for SEN students

Do not miss this excellent networking opportunity to make certain you are able to face the evolving landscape of provision for children and young people with special educational needs.

Website: www.capitaconferences.co.uk/public-sector-conferences/detail/article/special-educational-needs-conference-7.html?code=SMMK

Brochure: http://www.capitaconferences.co.uk /pdfgen.html?filename=SpecialEducationNeedsMay17.pdf&code=SMMK

Contact: veronika.blaskova@capita.co.uk

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Capita Conferences
Veronika Blaskova
020 7202 0557