Makaton Training

19th August 2012

Makaton is a language programme using signs and symbols to help people with learning difficulties to communicate effectively.

The Makaton Language Programme uses a structured approach involving a combination of speech, signs, and graphic symbols and is widely used in local nurseries. Attending this Makaton workshop will enable you to learn alongside others; gain feedback on your signing skills and practise with others who are learning. The workshop is appropiate for anyone who may need to use Makaton either at home or at work. SIL Solutions have places available on a Makaton Beginners workshop which will be delivered as three half-day sessions on a Monday morning for three weeks beginning 27th Feb. The cost of attendance to all 3 sessions is £120 + VAT. All manuals and learning materials are included in this price; tea, coffee and light refreshments will also be provided.

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