A two day event aiming to meet the professional development needs of all those working within the special and additional needs field.
By May 2015 the impact of reform to SEND support, services and delivery should be clearly visible and the effects of change and how this is managed effectively will resonate strongly for all. Nasen, the UK’s leading professional organisation for all those working
with young people, aged 0 - 25, with SEND, is keen to keep you informed of governmental policy changes, best practice and provide a ONE YEAR ON update on the implementation of the SEND reform at nasen Live 2015 on 20th-21st May.
Along with a range of nasen professional development and training opportunities throughout the year, nasen Live provides a fantastic platform for us all to celebrate outstanding practice, effective identification and provision and offer a professional community
of on-going support for everyone attending providing a whole range of opportunities for delegates to learn and examine what good practice looks like within this new landscape.
Attending nasen Live 2015 provides the opportunity for SENCos, teachers and all practitioners to refresh and update their knowledge, learn from evidence-based practice and feel supported throughout the coming year. Delegates can plan their school training day
around the seminar programme and briefings, what better way to spend a day immersed in SEND expertise, enthusiasm and support?
nasen Chief Executive Jane Friswell said “We look forward to offering you all a warm welcome at nasen Live 2015 where we celebrate the difference we all make to improving outcomes for children, young people and their families and aspire to do so much
more. We are also delighted to welcome a wide range of experts and professional partners who are contributing to our seminar programme across the two day event.”
nasen Live 2015 will bring together high quality exhibitors, high profile speakers and dedicated professionals who all have a passion and commitment to supporting our most vulnerable young people. Attendees of nasen Live 2015 will have an opportunity to look
at the excellent range of products, services and resources that are available.
The exhibition has been planned at the start of the new financial year and schools looking to use their budgets, especially their Pupil Premium, in the most cost effective way will benefit from attending. Being able to ask questions, view and access resources
directly with exhibitors is an excellent way of making informed purchasing decisions on behalf of your pupils and students with SEND.