Facilitators’ training has been designed to provide trainee with adequate knowledge in facilitating and also how to communicate appropriately with other therapists in order to make maximum impact in the life of the child.
This idea is created to solve the many challenges facilitators face when facilitating a child with special needs in schools. This training is aimed at producing highly professional facilitators who know what to do, when to do it and why they are doing what they are doing. It also reduces the friction between facilitator and school directors, teachers and non-teaching staff.
- Different types of special needs and learning challenges.
- How to interact with different students with different approaches.
- The main focus of the facilitator.
- Inclusion and its importance.
- Creating inclusion awareness to those around you.
- How to include your students in other school activities.
- How to manage students’ behaviour in and outside the classroom.
- How to create a behaviour plan for a particular student.
- How to communicate the behaviour plan to other parents and other stake holders.
- Effective use of ABC observation form.
- How to develop positive relationship with students.
- How to develop positive relationship with heads of school, teachers and others.
- Effective skills during one-on-one tutoring.
- How to follow IEP content properly.
- Importance of goals.
- How to set short and long term goals.
- How to assess learner’s goals.
- Setting your own SMART goals about your duties and responsibilities.
- How to write comprehensive daily, weekly and monthly reports.
- How to write assessment reports.
- Details of Ghana Inclusion Policy.