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Being an I CAN Licensed Tutor

Jo Flanagan and Bibiana Wigley (Speech and Language Therapists from Clarity Tec Ltd in Derby) speak to us about being I CAN Licensed Tutors and how it has contributed to their professional development Becoming a Licensee We have known about I CAN for the majority of our careers as speech and language therapists (SLTs) as we both worked in the …

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Over 400 I CAN Licensees Now Recruited!

At the start of the new academic year, we would like to take this opportunity to welcome our new Licensed Tutors and Mentors to the I CAN team! Also, a big thank you to all Licensees for their continuing hard work in transforming the lives of children across Early Years, Primary and Secondary Schools.  We look forward to another busy …

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Could you be an I CAN Licensee?

“I work as the Lead for School Support within the Leeds Children’s Speech and Language Therapy Service. I train teaching staff to provide speech, language and communication interventions at a classroom based level, making sure support for children with speech, language and communcation needs (SLCN) is maximised with reduced resources. Therapists across Leeds may be providing this level of intervention …

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Meet Paul Pirie

Paul Pirie, I CAN’s Business Development Manager, talks about his passion for I CAN and how Licensed Tutors can strengthen I CAN’s mission. Q. What inspired you to pursue a career in I CAN? A. As Business Development Manager for I CAN, my aim is to use my expertise and experiences from social enterprise and the charity sector to be …

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Short Course Blog

Meet Our Short Course Co-ordinator, Emily Nott

I started my week not at my usual desk, but in a room overlooking snowy Regent’s Park, on the fifth floor of the Royal Institute of British Architects. For three days last week this venue was home to 14 speech and language practitioners participating in our ‘Hanen: Learning Language and Loving It’ course. It was my responsibility to welcome them, …

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