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EHCP (Education, Health and Care Plan) Workshops

9 Mar 2023,

The PFBA runs regular in-person workshops looking at the EHCP process and how parents can improve the quality of what is in the plan, and learn more about their rights.

These are usually held at our office in the Carlisle Business Centre, Carlisle Road, Bradford, BD8 8BD and will run from 10.30 am to 1.30 pm. We occasionally arrange evening sessions if there is enough demand. We provide a pack of notes, drinks and a light lunch (no lunch at evening sessions). The workshops are free to attend.

These sessions will give you a good understanding of what should be in your child's EHCP, and there will be plenty of time to discuss any issues you are having. Our workshops are designed to be a follow-up the sessions Bradford SENDIASS run, which look at the legal aspects and timescales of getting a plan. However, if you are unable to join one of those, we can recommend some good introductory videos to watch before you join us.

More information about our workshops and how to contact us is available here.

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