The role of Provision Management in ensuring effective support
for children and young people
Provision mapping, or management, is not a new concept but the focus can often be the production of a map rather than using the process as a tool to ensure and improve effective provision.
This session explores how the strategic provision management process can be used to not only monitor progress but also to evaluate provision, identify gaps and lead to staff development.
This session was originally presented under our previous brand Training for Education
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– Appreciate the difference between provision mapping and management and that the latter is a strategic process –
– Understand some of the principles of effective provision management and how to begin implementing these, including the use of effective assessment practices –
– Recognise how provision management should help to ensure more effective provision to meet the needs of children and young people and develop teachers’ knowledge and skills –
Who is the session aimed at?
This session provides advice and guidance for all staff engaging with students with SEND.
It’s particularly aimed at SENCOs and Senior Leaders.
Michael received great feedback on his LIVE broadcast on understanding and using assistive technology
“This is really good training from Michael, delivering precise information. I liked actually being able to see technology such as immersive reader and closed captions being used and in action.”
Helen Phillips, Additional Learning Needs Team Leader – Shrewsbury Colleges Group
About the Creator
Michael Surr / Education Officer, nasen
Michael Surr is an Education Officer with nasen, with a background in primary education both in the UK and abroad. He has worked as a class teacher, SENCo and Deputy Head. Since beginning his career in education he has had a keen interest in SEN, ICT and equalities issues. From 2008 Michael worked for a Local Authority as part of the leadership team of a SEND advisory service. This gave him the opportunity to broaden his experience into Early Years and Secondary. The role involved working with schools and settings to help them develop their provision for children and young people with SEN.
nasen is the National Association for Special Educational Needs – a charitable membership organisation that exists to support and champion those working with, and for, children and young people with SEND and learning differences. Find out more about nasen
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