Our Training Courses

We have a number of in-house programmes that are unique to ChatterBug. These have been developed by our Specialist Speech and Language Therapists who are experts in the field of education.

Please see the table below for some of the training we have on offer.

We are always looking for new ideas in which we can continue to assist professionals supporting children with SLCN, so if you are struggling to find what you are looking for or have a specific requirement please contact us for more information about our bespoke training.
Course name Dates Brief View
Listen and Say 18/06/2020
10/11/2020
Course aims to provide you with the framework and resources to deliver the Listen and Say
programme to support attention and listening skills in your setting.
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Toddler Talk 15/06/2020 Train to deliver Toddler Talk programme that introduces a structured approach for teaching
parents activity ideas they can carry out at home to help stimulate language development.
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Early Vocabulary Group 12/05/2020
5/10/2020
Train to deliver ChatterBug Early Vocabulary Group which aims to promote vocabulary development. click here
Early Talk Boost 16/03/2020
24/09/2020
Train to deliver Early Talk Boost; an evidence-based, targeted intervention
aimed at 3-4 year old children with delayed language development. 
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Key Stage 1 Talk Boost 23/01/2020
8/07/2020
Train to deliver Talk Boost; an evidence-based, targeted intervention aimed at
Key Stage 1 children with delayed language development.
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ChatterBug Language Programme 29/06/2020
18/11/2020
Train to deliver the ChatterBug Language programme; a six week intervention programme
designed to support the development of language and communication skills
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Chatter Blocks Stage 1 27/04/2020 This course provides an overview of how Language and Communication skills develop
and how to identify Early Years children with these difficulties.
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Chatter Blocks Stage 2 30/04/2020 This course provides an overview of how Speech, Language and Communication skills develop
and how to identify and support children with these difficulties.
(Key Stage 1 & 2)
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ChatterBug Vocabulary Approach - Overview 26/03/2020
21/10/2020
This hands on training provides an overview of the theory of vocabulary learning and how to implement this approach. click here
Selective Mutism Overview 21/05/2020 The course is effective in supporting the child and their family through Selective Mutism friendly practice click here
How to Support Children with DLD 23/11/2020 This course provides a basic overview of Developmental Language Disorder including definition, characteristics and support strategies click here
Introduction to Makaton 03/03/2020 This workshop provides an overview of Makaton and its uses.
We will introduce you to a range of basic signs and symbols.
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Zones of Regulation - Overview 28/09/2020 This workshop provides an overview of the Zones of Regulation and how this approach can be implemented to teach self-regulation. click here
Visual Support to Access Learning 03/03/2020 This course provides an overview of how visuals can be used to support children's understanding and independence within the classroom. click here
Overview of Stammering 8/10/2020 This workshop provides an overview of Stammering, characteristics and strategies that can support children in the setting. click here
Social Communication Needs Workshop 28/09/2020 This workshop provides an overview of Social Communication Needs of children, characteristics and strategies that can support children in the setting. click here
Colourful Semantics 23/11/2020 This workshop aims to increase awareness of strategies that develop the comprehension and aid expression of children with Speech and Language Communication Needs. click here
Introduction to a Communication Friendly Environment 8/10/2020 This workshop explores the principles behind communication friendly environments and how these can enhance whole class learning. click here
Bespoke Training - Training developed to meet your requirements click here