Paediatric / ALD course

Post Registration Dysphagia course for therapists with a Paediatric or ALD caseload

This is course for speech and language therapists with over one years experience looking to develop their knowledge skills and competence in the field of dysphagia.

The course comprises of 4 taught days followed by an 11 month period of work based learning during which time you will need supervision from a suitably qualified therapist.

Successful completion of the course will depend on attendance at the course, completion of a self directed learning programme and successful completion of questionnaires by the delegate and their supervisors.

The course teaches delegates to assess and manage dysphagia in children over 12 months of age. It does not teach the assessment and management of dysphagia in neonates.

The course is a mixture of lectures, case presentation, demonstration and practical activities.

Venue:             The Beeches Conference Centre. 76 Selly Oak Road, Bournville, Birmingham. B30 1LS

Date:               21st – 24th September 2020

Cost                 £675.

ALL DELEGATES FROM THE NHS MUST PROVIDE A PURCHASE ORDER NUMBER. This can be obtained from your finance department. No applications will be processed without this.

Delegate requirements: Qualified Speech & Language Therapist with at least one years experience.

Departments requirement: To provide ongoing supervision during the 11 month work based learning phase. To complete the supervisors questionnaire

Time scale:     Four taught days followed by an 11 month work based learning phase.

 RCSLT Registration In 2015 RCSLT stopped their process of registering short courses. Please be assured that the content and governance for this course remain as stringent as when RCSLT monitored them. Anyone wishing to see copies of our external examiners reports would be very welcome. Please contact us.

Testimonial from one of our former delegates

I attended your paediatric dysphagia training in 2002! It was fantastic and I have used the Jays and the fantastic information ever since. What stood out the most was the ability to make a hypothesis , emphasising the SLTs skills and knowledge in this area. I found as a clinician in health the assessment really helped especially in the community, it made my notes and report writing so much easier and well structured.