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Education and Training with Teaching Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) PGCE

Teesside University School of Social Sciences, Humanities & Law

Full time September PGCE Full-time - within 1 year

About the course

This course specifically trains teachers wanting to specialise in SEND in education and training sector educational settings, such as further education colleges, and adult and community settings.

Due to government changes, if you complete this award you may also be able to gain employment in a secondary school setting, particularly in the post-14 age range - subject to the completion of Qualified Teacher Learning and Skills (QTLS). It is ideal for graduates wishing to teach their degree subject across a range of settings in the education and training sector.

For students who are following the specialist SEND route you complete an additional subject knowledge enhancement module. This module will ensure that you are fully conversant with the expectations of teaching SEND within a range of

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Entry Requirements

GCSE (or standard equivalent) in English and maths grade C (4) or above.

First degree (minimum of a 2:2). In exceptional cases prospective students who do not meet this criterion but are able to demonstrate suitable significant experience and/or further study may be considered for the programme.

A teaching practice placement of at least 100 hours in an appropriate context (this must be arranged by you and evidenced through a teaching practice agreement signed by the placement provider).

Satisfactory enhanced DBS check.

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