Early Talk Boost is a targeted intervention aimed at 3-4 year old children with delayed language helping to boost their language skills to help narrow the gap between them and their peers. The programme aims to accelerate children’s progress in language and communication by an average of 6 months, after a nine week intervention.
The training is for early years practitioners working with groups of 3-4 year olds in early years settings. Participants will develop the skills and knowledge to understand the rationale behind Early Talk Boost, identify appropriate children, measure their progress and deliver the intervention successfully.
Children who are selected to take part in the intervention will attend three sessions per week, each lasting 15-20 minutes delivered by an early years practitioner.
The sessions include activities that cover the foundation skills in speech, language and communication that children need for learning and understanding new words, as well as having conversations.
You must already have resources in setting to participate in this training, you can purchase resources from I CAN directly at https://ican.org.uk/shop/early-talk-boost-intervention-pack/
…interactive and involves discussion-based learning and small group activities. Participants are advised to use a laptop or tablet to access the training and cameras are required due to the interactive nature of this workshop.
Joining instructions will be emailed along with any pre-course activities prior to the workshop.
Workshops are delivered by I CAN Licensed Trainers.
N.B. This training is specifically organised for people working or supporting children within the Blackpool area. If you work outside of Blackpool, you can book this training via our partner, Course Beetle. To find out more or book, visit SLCN training for settings – Course Beetle