Special Educational Needs & Disabilities
In-house teacher training

This course is also available online

1 week

Course Length

Flexible

Lesson Days

15

Lessons

English

Language

B1

Minimum Level

Overview

This course develops the skills of those involved in the education of pupils with Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities (SEND) so that these children are able to achieve their full potential in schools.

After considering the key principles of inclusive practice, participants will develop a thorough understanding of the most frequently diagnosed forms of SEND and explore practical strategies that will support these children to achieve in the classroom and participate in the wider life of the school.

Participants will also consider how children with SEND can be supported socially and pastorally by working alongside families and friends to enhance social inclusion.

Completing this course will help you:

  • Understand the key principles of inclusion within education
  • Develop knowledge of the most common Special Educational Needs such as Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ADHD), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), speech and language difficulties and dyslexia
  • Explore strategies and interventions to support children with SEND in the classroom and wider school life
  • Consider how to adapt the physical and emotional environment to support children with SEND
  • Explore effective strategies for working alongside families and friends to support the education and social inclusion of children with SEND.

Who is the course for?

For teachers who want to acquire knowledge of exploring effective strategies for working alongside families and friends to support the education and social inclusion of children with SEND.

Course Sample programme

Week 1Course Content
Day OneKey principles of inclusion within education.
Day TwoDevelop knowledge of the most common Special Educational Needs
Day ThreeExplore strategies and interventions to support children with SEND
Day FourConsider how to adapt the physical and emotional environment to support children with SEND.
Day FiveReview and Feedback

*Please note that the course content may be subject to change due to latest methodology trends updates. 1 lesson=45mins

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