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  PGCert SEN/ALN (Additional Learning Needs)


University of South Wales    Faculty of Life Sciences and Education

Part time September PGCert 1 year part-time
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Enhance your expertise with the Postgraduate Certificate in SEN/ALN (Additional Learning Needs) at the University of South Wales. This programme is tailored for professionals in educational, health, or care settings, as well as those in the third sector, who work with individuals with special educational needs or disabilities. The course offers a comprehensive exploration of contemporary perspectives on SEN/ALN, learning disabilities, and inclusive practices. You will have the flexibility to choose modules that align with your professional goals, such as SEN: Contexts and Concepts, Autism, Managing and Supporting Autism, and more. With a focus on critical thinking and research, this course equips you with the knowledge and skills needed to excel in roles supporting individuals with additional learning needs. The programme's interactive teaching methods, including seminars and group discussions, combined with independent study, ensure a well-rounded learning experience. International applicants are welcome, with an English level of IELTS 6.0 required. Join us to advance your career and make a difference in the lives of those with SEN/ALN.

About the course

The Postgraduate Certificate in SEN/ALN (Additional Learning Needs) will be of interest to those who wish to enhance and develop their knowledge in the field of special educational/additional learning needs.

This distinct course is designed to encourage greater understanding and a critical appreciation of the developments and practice within SEN/ALN and disability provision across schools and other relevant settings both nationally and internationally.

The SEN/ALN course is designed for professionals working in educational, health and care settings, or in the third sector. It is suitable for those working with children or adults with special educational/additional learning needs and/or with a disability.

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Entry Requirements

A good first degree is preferred but experience is greatly valued.

The course welcomes international applicants and requires an English level of IELTS 6.0 with a minimum of 5.5 in each component or equivalent.

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