SEP Training Programme 2018

SEP proposes training aiming at improving the living conditions for children with disabilities and their social environment.

(Dates and venues to be announced soon)


Month Topic Facilitators For…
February Exploring Teaching and Learning Strategies in the 21st Century Dr John Onala, special needs consultant

Lilian Agesa, special needs teacher

Teachers, including Kindergarden
March Occupational Safety and Health George Onoka, occupational therapist

Irene Owino, occupational therapist

Tom Mutiso, physiotherapist

Employees and employers
April A Workshop for siblings of children with disabilities Karolien Remmerie, occupational therapist

Trixie Pujol, clinical counsellor

Siblings of childen with disabilities
May Handwriting Teachers
June Diet Intervention Parents and caregivers
July How to Use your Voice Public Speakers
August Fussy Eaters Parents and caregivers
September SI – How does it affect your functionality Teachers
October IT Programs for Learning Teachers/Parents
November Tantrums Parents

Exploring Teaching and Learning Strategies in the 21st Century

Dr John Onala, special needs consultant
Lilian Agesa, special needs teacher

One-day training, 5000.- KSh.

Teaching and learning has evolved a lot with continuous research and education. As teaching and learning becomes more complex with changing times, teachers, parents and caregivers are seeking new ways of addressing individual and group learning needs. They use different strategies including technology which is penetrating most aspects of learning and culture. Teachers appreciate the fact that learners are experiencing more challenges than before necessitating the need to rethink teaching and learning strategies.

This workshop focuses on identification of learning needs, styles and designating teaching strategies that addresses learners’ needs. The strategies also focuses on understanding and meeting the teachers’ needs which making teaching/learning interactive, engaging and recognises both the learner and educator as equal partners in education. Come learn with us to unleash your teaching and learning potential and you help learners exploit their potentials. BE A NO LIMIT, HAPPY AND MOTIVATED TEACHER.


Occupational Safety and Health

George Onoka, BSc. OT, occupational therapist
Tom Nthiani, Bsc. PT, physiotherapist

One-day training, 5000.- KSh.

Occupational safety and health is one of the most important aspects of human concern. Each year, work related injuries and diseases kill an estimated two million people worldwide. Occupational safety and health aims at adapting work environments for the highest degree of physical, mental and social well-being for all professionals. The benefits are reduced morbidity and work related injuries, reduced absenteeism of skilled labour, and reduced losses to employer and workers.

Session Plan

  1. Occupational psychology- lecture
  2. Occupational diseases and disorders- lecture
  3. Ergonomics- lecture, skills demonstrations
  4. Manual Handling – lecture, skills demonstration


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