SEN Online Workshop – Asian College of Teachers

SEN Online Workshop – Asian College of Teachers


Asian College of Teachers, in collaboration with the DeepRanjini Foundation in Kolkata, is offering 8 hours of Live Observation Sessions. These sessions provide ACT students with the opportunity to observe activities of children with special needs. Following the observations, RCI registered trainers will conduct webinars to discuss the topics related to the prior observation session. Additionally, participants will undertake a case study, which will be evaluated by RCI registered trainers. Dr. Amrita Panda will serve as the lead trainer for these sessions. The entire program spans 4 days, with each session lasting 2 hours, along with an additional 2-hour case study and evaluation, totaling 10 hours of comprehensive learning.

Workshop Date & Timing:
10th May 2024 - Friday- 2 to 4 pm
17th May 2024 - Friday- 2 to 4 pm
Mode: Virtual (Zoom) 
Certificate: To be provided by the Deepranjini Foundation 
Trainer: Dr Amrita Panda

Trainer Profile

Dr. Amrita Panda holds a Ph.D. in Experimental Cognitive Psychology & Rehabilitation from the University of Calcutta and is a registered Rehabilitation Psychologist with over 15 years of diverse experience. Her expertise spans research, clinical practice, teaching, and administration, with a focus on individuals with special needs, particularly Autism. Over the past 5 years, she has specialized in areas such as Parental Training & Counseling, Adolescence & Sex Education Training, Trauma Care, Stress Management, Chronic Disease Management, and Personality Development. As the head of an institution serving 220 individuals with Autism in Eastern India, she has pioneered the use of music as a therapeutic tool in psychological rehabilitation. Dr. Panda's research interests revolve around Experimental Cognitive Psychology, with a focus on designing Psychometric Assessment Tools and Data Analytics. She is currently the founder of DeepRanjani Foundation, a supported workplace that provides vocational skill-building training and employment opportunities for adults with intellectual special needs.

CPD Webinar on Down Syndrome

The CPD webinar on Down Syndrome aims to provide in-depth insights into this genetic condition as a disability, focusing on key areas essential for parents as well as educators, parents, and professionals working with individuals with Down Syndrome. The webinar will delve into the physiological and cognitive characteristics associated with Down Syndrome, including the genetic basis and its impact on development. Participants will gain a thorough understanding of the unique challenges and strengths of individuals with Down Syndrome, enabling them to tailor their approaches and support strategies effectively. The session will explore best practices in education, therapy, and inclusive practices to optimize learning and development outcomes for individuals with Down Syndrome. By addressing misconceptions, promoting awareness, and providing practical strategies, the webinar aims to empower attendees to create inclusive and supportive environments that foster the holistic growth and well-being of individuals with Down Syndrome.

Topics Covered

  • Brief overview of Down syndrome and its impact on individuals and families
  • Birth, early years, and nurturing development
  • Schooling and educational support to empower learning
  • Teenage years and navigating changes
  • Career options and life skills for building future
  • Family and community support for building networks
  • Q&A Session and sharing experiences
  • Recommendations and resources

Workshop Date: 8th June, 2024

Batch timing: 10 am - 1 pm (IST)

Trainer: Ms. Smita Tripathi

Trainer profile:

Ms. Smita Tripathi

Smita holds an M.Sc. in Psychology from the University of Madras and PG Diploma in Special Education: Multiple Disabilities & Neurological Disorder from The Spastic Society of India, Mumbai University. Presently she is a Consultant and Speaker at various platforms of special education. She conducts webinars and trains parents, teachers, and special educators and also conducts Inclusive set- up enabler programs and training. Earlier she was associated with Vibgyor Group of Schools - Vibgyor Roots and Rise, Malad (West) formulating and executing IEP (Individual Education Program), conducting parent meetings, suggesting strategies, and conducting workshops for teachers and students. She also worked as a Special Educator/NIOS teacher at Goenka & Associates Educational Trust, Goregoan (East), Child Reach, Santacruz (W), Drishti, Andheri (West), and Swami Vivekanand International School, Borivali (West).

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Asian College Of Teachers Ltd (UK)

27, Old Gloucester Street, London – WC1N 3AX, UK
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Disclaimer:All SEN Courses are designed, developed and created by Asian College of Teachers Ltd, United Kingdom. These courses are certified by CPD Certification Service UK and endorsed by NCC Education, UK, and Short Courses from CACHE, UK through Laser Learning UK.

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