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sessions for creative industries students

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"Having Purple Patch Arts present their unique training seminar to my BA Social Work students has

provided them with valuable skills, knowledge and the confidence

to work with people with a

learning disability. My students found the training session informative, engaging and, most importantly, fun!"

 

– Dr Stephanie Steels, University of Leeds

 

 

 

 

 

training and guest lectures

Purple Patch deliver interactive training sessions and guest lectures for students who may find themselves working with people with learning disabilities in the course of their professional life. These sessions equip students with the language, terminology, confidence and experience to be able to properly communicate with and work alongside people with additional needs.

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sessions for social work students workers

 

We can bring The Purple Pod to your school at the cost of around £600 per day for a one off taster. In that time multiple groups of students can engage with the experience.  

 

 

The cost per day falls when creative partners choose to book The Purple Pod regularly for a term or academic year.

 

 

To find out more about becoming a creative partner please get in touch.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Looking at the social history of how care has been provided to people with learning disabilities before moving on to cover current agendas. Led by an SEND specialist and a facilitator who has learning disabilities themselves students explore facilitating conversations and understanding different communication styles.

Locating healthcare practice in the historical context of services for people with learning disabilities to make sense of the personalisation agenda we employ today. Covering appropriate terminology, communication styles and offering a Q&A with someone with a learning disability.

Locating healthcare practice in the historical context of services for people with learning disabilities to make sense of the personalisation agenda we employ today. Covering appropriate terminology, communication styles and offering a Q&A with someone with a learning disability.

Exploring some of the practicalities of differentiation for students with additional needs in traditional education settings – including planning, pacing and communication. Moving on to look at the benefits of embedding creative and multi-sensory teaching practices to engage children of any ability.