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Brain in Hand is running a series of webinars (60mins each) to demonstrate our University Edition to Disabled Students’ Allowance needs assessors, HE support staff and assistive technology suppliers.

Existing webinar dates are as follows:

  • Wednesday 11th October 10am
    Wednesday 11th October 2pm
  • Friday 20th October 10am
    Friday 20th October 2pm
  • Tuesday 24th October 10am
    Tuesday 24th October 2pm
  • Thursday 2nd November 10am
    Thursday 2nd November 2pm
  • Wednesday 8th November 10am
    Wednesday 8th November 2pm
  • Friday 17th November 10am
    Friday 8th November 2pm
  • Tuesday 21st November 10am
    Tuesday 21st November 2pm
  • Thursday 30th November 10am
    Thursday 30th November 2pm
  • Wednesday 6th December 10am
    Wednesday 6th December 2pm
  • Friday 15th December 10am
    Friday 15th December 2pm
  • Tuesday 19th December 10am
    Tuesday 19th December 2pm.

Please book your webinar now by specifying your name, organisation and the date and time of the webinar that you would like to join.

 

We are also currently visiting universities and access centres to deliver workshops (90mins), so that everyone can familiarise themselves with the features and advantages of Brain in Hand, as well as the recommendation process.  If you and your colleagues would like to know more please book a training visit or a webinar now.

 

For full details of how Brain in Hand can support students at university, please visit our University Student Support or Needs Assessors’ Support pages.

For more information or to ask a question about Brain in Hand University Edition, please call us on 01392 247 909 or email DSA@braininhand.co.uk.

 

 

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