Level 3 Certificate in Electronic Note Taking to Support People with Disabilities
This accredited course is an excellent pathway to a rewarding career in supporting learners who are deaf, hard of hearing or visually impaired.
Who is this course for?
- Experienced Learning Support Assistants and Teaching Assistants looking for a new challenge
- People with a passion to support learners to succeed
- Education graduates looking for relevant work experience to propel them into their teaching career.
This one-day course is taught using a fully interactive style to maximise learning and includes demonstration and practical application on our live note taking software.
The course focuses on supporting people who are blind or partially sighted and those who are deaf or hard of hearing and require the support of an Electronic Note Taker.
We cover key areas such as confidentiality, safeguarding, Data Protection and GDPR and signposting to enable delegates to ensure they are working within the boundaries of their role as an Electronic Note Taker.
A common question, do all students want live notes?
Most students want discrete support and decide not to access the live note taking option, but it is important they have this choice and as a practitioner you have the confidence to offer this service.
The Learning Support Centre will be delivering the OCN London Electronic Note taking 1-day course over 2 afternoons in June via Zoom Webinars.
5pm Thursday 25th and 1- 5pm Friday 26th June via Zoom
To request a booking form email firstname.lastname@example.org
The course costs are £600 per person.
Applicants are required to have a GCSE grade C and above in English and experience in taking notes.
Our electronic note takers are paid £15 per hour to support students in lectures, seminars, and tutorials to access their taught materials by providing live notes.