|Workplace Literacy (WPL) to Persons with Mild Intellectual Disability (Classroom and Asynchronous E-learning)
|This two-day course is designed to provide caregivers and educational professionals with the knowledge and skills needed to teach Workplace Literacy (WPL) to persons with mild intellectual disability.
|Understanding the Needs of Persons with Disabilities (Classroom)
|During this course , learners will learn to identify the causes and characteristics of these types of special needs and understand the role of professionals in supporting persons with disabilities.
|Interacting and Working with Persons with Disabilities (Classroom)
|This course will help learners gain insights into how persons with disabilities express themselves in a range of contexts and will also equip them with skills to respond to them appropriately.
|Adapting Programmes for Persons with Disabilities (Classroom)
|This module will introduce participants to the elements of Universal Design for Learning and how they can be applied in adapting programmes to suit the needs of children and adolescents with special needs, while placing the needs of persons of all abilities in the heart of the adaptation process.
|Working Collaboratively with Families: Understanding and Communicating with Families of Persons with Disabilities (Classroom)
|This course helps learners to understand the needs of families and the feelings of parents at the different stages of the grief journey and the sources of support for parents of persons with disabilities.
|Facilitating Communication, Language and Social Skills Development Using A Multi-modal Approach with AAC (Classroom)
|This course will focus on the use of Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) as a mode to facilitate the development of communication, language and social skills for children and adolescents with disabilities.
|Nurturing Healthy Sexual Development in Persons with Developmental Disabilities (Classroom)
|Participants on this course will be provided with the necessary information for understanding human sexuality and how they can use different approaches and activities to teach children and adolescents with developmental disabilities the specific topics on human sexuality.
|Applying Basic Positive Behavioural Support Strategies to Meet Diverse Needs (Level 1) (Classroom)
|This course examines the application of approaches and strategies of positive behaviour support for persons with diverse needs.
|Applying Positive Behavioural Support Strategies for Persons with Complex Needs (Level 2) (Classroom)
|This course focuses on the types of complex needs and factors that should be considered and how complex needs can be addressed with a range of customised positive behavioural support strategies and interventions.
|Intellectual Disability: Person-Centred Lifespan Support (Classroom and Asynchronous E-learning)
|This 2-day course aims to provide attendees a fundamental understand about intellectual disability, the diagnostic criteria, and the support needed for persons with intellectual disability across life span.
|Enhancing work outcome together for Person with Mild Intellectual Disability (MID) (Classroom and Asynchronous E-learning)
|The course aims to provide the knowledge and skills needed to increase confidence and reduced anxiety at the thought of working along person with Mild Intellectual Disability (MID).
|Applying Strategies for Engaging and Teaching Persons with Learning Disabilities
|This course is targeted at professionals who need to interact and work with families of children and adolescents with learning disabilities. Participants in this course will get to learn about the characteristics of persons with learning disabilities and the impact it has on their learning and adaptive living.
|Interpreting Quality of Life for Persons with Disabilities
|The course examines the importance of quality of life and the framework of five service accomplishments and is targeted at social service professionals who work with persons with disabilities. Participants will walk away from the course understanding how they can support the empowerment and quality of life of persons with disabilities.
|Interpreting Disability in Social Work Practice
|This course is designed for social workers and social work associates to equip them with knowledge of legislation, trends and issues that impact persons with disabilities. Participants will be guided on how they can apply models of care and person-centred palnning approach when working with persons with disabilities.