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  PGCert National Award for SEN Co-ordination

Birmingham Newman University    Postgraduate Courses

Part time September PGCert 1 year part time
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Are you a Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCo) looking to enhance your skills and meet mandatory requirements? Look no further than the PGCert National Award for SEN Coordination at Newman University. This programme, designed for SENCOs new to the role since 2009, consists of two 30-credit Masters modules and a year-long non-credit-bearing module to support the completion of a professional portfolio. The modules cover topics such as Inclusion and Special Educational Needs, Leading in SEND & Inclusion, and the development of a Professional Development Portfolio. To be eligible, you must hold an Honours degree in a relevant subject area, have Qualified Teacher Status, and currently hold the position of SENCo. What sets this programme apart is the flexibility of online learning with some face-to-face tutorials, tailored to fit your schedule. Join us at Newman University and take your SEN coordination skills to the next level.

About the course

The postgraduate certificate National Award for SEN Coordination (NASENCO) is mandatory for all SENCOs who are new to the role since 2009 and must be achieved within three years of taking up the post. This programme consists of two academic 30 credit Masters modules (EDM746 and EDM761) and one year-long non-credit-bearing module (EDM748) which supports the completion of a professional portfolio of evidence designed to meet all the learning outcomes of the National Award.

Our Postgraduate provision will be run online, with some face to face tutorials where required. The on-campus elements will vary depending on each tutor and will be discussed with students beforehand.

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Entry Requirements

An Honours degree in a relevant subject area from a UK university or an overseas university agreed by NARIC as equivalent and subject to ILET and EU requirements

Qualified Teacher Status (QTS)

Hold the post of Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCo)

International Students:
Newman University is not licenced by the UK Government to sponsor migrant students under the Student route and is therefore unable to accept applications from international students at present.

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