Places available for 2-day NDP3 Training at UCL in central London, Thursday-Friday 8-9 November
Comments and feedback from recent courses:
‘Lots of opportunities and sufficient time allocated to discussion.’
‘Excellent handouts and amount of information provided.’
‘Good to see techniques demonstrated on video and to see resources, books etc’.
‘Very useful to watch video examples of things being talked about.’
‘Detailed & relevant –really clear and effective.’
‘Handouts coherent; layout very good; easy to follow and understand; relevant and up to date’.
‘Interesting and highlighted key points for reference.’
‘Good getting the training manual for more in-depth ideas.’
‘Lots of detail and information to reinforce training; reading back over theses afterwards will help refresh my memory.’
‘Good amount of time for asking questions and the presenters were very willing to answer questions in breaks etc.’
‘Approachable and receptive to input of students and questions; encouraged participation; good opportunities for group work and individual contributions.’
‘Good-particularly during workshops.’
‘Very useful, especially clinical queries at end!’
‘Many opportunities to ask questions/discuss clinical cases in small groups.’
‘Particularly useful to talk through examples and to think about session plans.’
‘Excellent –both formal discussion and question answering throughout session.’
‘Very well managed; final section (trouble shooting session) very useful.’
How to arrange a local NDP3 Training Course
In addition to the scheduled training opposite, the Therapists at the Nuffield Centre can offer local training courses for speech and language professionals who either currently use or are interested in using the Programme.
We will be happy to arrange courses on request for groups of 20-30 therapists.
We can offer a one- or two-day workshop, running from 0930 to 1630. Starting and finishing times can be amended if required.
A sample timetable is shown in the linked document below. A one-day course will typically include shorter sessions on theory, assessment, differential diagnosis and treatment.
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