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DYW courses to look at inspiring young people in Moray with ASN

By Alan Beresford

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INSPIRING young people who have Additional Support Needs (ASN) is at the core of two forthcoming workshops.

DYW Moray are due to hold two courses looking at inspiring young people with ASN.
DYW Moray are due to hold two courses looking at inspiring young people with ASN.

Developing the Young Workforce (DYW Moray) is running two fully funded workshops delivered by Enable Scotland called Steps to Inspiring Young People with ASN.

Workshop one will cover what ASN covers and how school and college activities can be delivered better to young people with additional support needs.

Meanwhile, workshop two will cover funding and other opportunities for employers to support the employment of those with ASN.

The first seminar, entitled Understanding Disability and How to Deliver Activities to Education, is scheduled to run on Wednesday, March 17 between 1pm and 3pm.

The other, called Understanding Reasonable Adjustments and Employment, will take place the following Tuesday from 9am to 11am.

To register an interest email aimee.stephen.moray@uhi.ac.uk

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