The National Award for SEN Coordination remains a mandatory requirement for newly appointed SENCos from 2008. Experienced SENCos and aspirant SENCos with appropriate experience and access to working with the SEND leadership at a strategic level are also welcome to apply.
Our 60-credit, Postgraduate Certificate programme builds upon six years of development and successful delivery. This qualification is proving key to effective SEND provision development, career progression and a first step to completion of a Masters in Inclusive Education.
The award is designed, delivered and assessed to provide evidence for National College for Teaching and Learning Outcomes standards. Engagement in the award impacts upon the provision in schools and on the progress of children with SEN.
We offer a choice of delivery models, both daytime and evening, on campus and in local authorities, subject to group viability and an existing Collaborative Partnership arrangement being in place.
Award winning programme
Winner of the Faculty of Education 'Outstanding KE Project 2015' and overall Manchester Met ‘Outstanding KE Project Award 2015’ at the Knowledge Exchange Awards 2015.
Features and benefits of the course
All assessment is focused on meeting your professional needs with respect to knowledge, skills, attributes and understanding for improving the provision and outcomes for children with SEN/Disability in your school.
Students are supported through networking, mentoring, tutorial sessions and a virtual learning facility.
The Award can be used as a component part of the University's Masters in Inclusive Education and Special Educational Needs or Masters in Specific Learning Difficulties. Many of our SENCos have successfully progressed to Masters programmes in these areas.
Although there are no formal placements, our programme evaluation identifies the benefit of the networking opportunities provided by our method of delivery.
If you are an experienced SENCo or SENCo new to the role in a mainstream secondary or primary school, and hold Qualified Teacher Status (QTS), then you can apply. Aspirant SENCos may apply if they have appropriate experience and can confirm on application an agreement to work closely and collaboratively with their school's existing SEND team to meet all learning outcomes.
27 July 2017
Recipient: Manchester Metropolitan University
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