National Notetaking Delivery Programme: Electronic and Manual Notetakers

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Note-Able Notetakers LTD are delighted to announce a national delivery programme for OCN Level 3 accredited notetaker training for Electronic or Manual notetakers.

We will be commencing with London – April, Bristol – May and Colchester – July.

You are welcome to register an interest in any of the potential venues and we will ensure you are informed of upcoming dates as soon as they are secured.

Electronic Notetaking for deaf and disabled people – Accredited by OCN London

Do you have a typing speed around 50wpm, a good command of English, I.T. skills, and confidence? Why not train to become an Electronic Notetaker? Electronic Notetakers support equal access to learning, employment and services, providing reliable notes for a wide range of clients. Notetakers providing support to people with disabilities in higher education must have formal notetaking qualifications.

Our training equips you with the skills, knowledge and confidence you need to get started in a challenging and rewarding role. Learning with our experienced tutors in a friendly, supportive environment, you will be working towards a recognised professional qualification.

Accredited at Level 3 by the Open College Network, London.

What does the course involve?

This course develops your confidence and notetaking technique. You will learn how to take clear, informative notes for students with different disabilities, and will find out where notetakers work, who they work with and how they adapt their skills to provide a professional service.

The course comprises two units:

Unit 1) Electronic Notetaker in a professional role. Learn how disability legislation affects access to education. Broaden your personal and professional ethical outlook, and extend your personal and interpersonal skills.

Unit 2) Electronic notetaking skills. Understand the technology involved in electronic notetaking. Applying electronic notetaking to the needs of disabled students. Learn how to use standard notetaking conventions. Fine-tune your listening skills, selecting and summarising key information with greater accuracy. Develop a bank of abbreviations to use whilst notetaking. Modify your notes for differing needs. Analyse your own skills as an electronic notetaker.

By the end of this course you should be able to:

  • Explain the significance of current disability legislation in education
  • Use excellent interpersonal skills in a professional setting
  • Explain the role of notetakers and other professionals in this field
  • Summarise information in clear English
  • Adapt your notes for students with different needs
  • Evaluate and develop your professional skills.

Professional notetakers summarise audio, visual and written information, so you will benefit from having effective English skills (at least Level 2).

Manual Notetaking to support deaf and disabled people – Accredited by OCN London

This course develops your confidence and notetaking technique. You will learn how to take clear, informative notes for students with different disabilities, and will find out where notetakers work, who they work with and how they adapt their skills to provide a professional service.

What topics will we cover?

The course comprises two units:

Unit 1) Awareness of disability. Learn how disability legislation affects access to education. Broaden your personal and professional ethical outlook, and extend your personal and interpersonal skills.

Unit 2) Applying notetaking to the needs of disabled students. Learn how to use standard notetaking conventions. Fine-tune your listening skills, selecting and summarising key information with greater accuracy. Develop your abbreviation technique to incorporate the use of symbols and diagrams. Critically evaluate your handwriting and identify strategies for improvement. Practise language modification and adapt your layout for different readers.

By the end of this course you should be able to:

  • Explain the significance of current disability legislation in education
  • Use excellent interpersonal skills in a professional setting
  • Explain the role of notetakers and other professionals in this field
  • Summarise information in clear English
  • Adapt your notes for students with different needs
  • Evaluate and develop your professional skills.

Professional notetakers summarise audio, visual and written information, so you will benefit from having effective English skills (at least Level 2).

 

Find out more here.

 

Organisation
Note-Able Notetakers LIMITED 09622545 - Incorporated on 3 June 2015. http://note-ablenotetakers.co.uk/
Location
National
Start Date
London-April, Bristol-May and Colchester-July
Full-time/Part-time
Part-time
Job type
Contract
Vacancy Reference
National delivery programme for OCN Level 3 accredited training for Electronic or Manual notetaking
Contact Details
michael.peart@note-ablenotetakers.co.uk please cc info@note-ablenotetakers.co.uk
Added to site
Mar 23rd, 2017

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