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Postgraduate degrees in Special Needs Teacher Training equip graduates with the skills to develop, monitor and improve educational opportunities for pupils or students with learning difficulties or disabilities.
Initial Teacher Training (ITT) courses such as the UK PGCE (Postgraduate Certificate in Education) and shorter Postgraduate Diploma and Certificate courses are typical for this field.
Entry requirements normally include an undergraduate degree, and a minimum Grade C in English, Maths and Science.
From nursery school to primary school, secondary to college, higher education to lifelong learning, these courses will equip you with the skills to disseminate skills and knowledge to individuals facing additional learning challenges.
You will become familiar with techniques and methodologies specifically designed to assist student with Special Educational Needs (SEN), undertaking placements to increase your vocational experience and awareness.
As well as methodologies for teaching, you will also explore curriculum development and regulation, and assess policy on current special needs education practice.
The skills attained from these courses are highly applicable to many areas. Alongside traditional routes in teaching, your experience would make you an ideal candidate for agencies helping to train or consult mainstream schools and teachers. You might also explore roles within children’s centres and childcare environments.
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Study around work commitments. Advance your own skills as a leader and reflect on how to develop the teams you work with. Enhance your teaching and learning for children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities. Read more
The National Award for Special Educational Needs Co-ordinators (SENCos) is a legal requirement for SENCos new to post since 2009 in maintained mainstream schools, nurseries, academies, free schools and pupil referral units (PRUs). Read more
The National Award for Special Educational Needs Coordination is a mandatory qualification for all Special Educational Needs Coordinators (SENCos) for all Special Educational Needs Coordinators (SENCos) in maintained mainstream, academy and free schools. Read more
Successful completion of the Diploma / Professional Graduate Certificate (typically two years part-time) allows you to apply for Qualified Teacher Learning and Skills (QTLS) status. Read more
Be a professional guide and leader. Explore the impact on the learning and development of children such as teacher knowledge and confidence, mental health and specific learning difficulties. Study from anywhere in the world. Read more
The University of Birmingham is a Department for Education and National College for Teaching and Leadership (NCTL) approved provider for the National Award for SEN Co-ordination. Read more
This Post-Compulsory Education degree is suitable for applicants with subject experience from a wide variety of areas and industries who wish to work with learners with Special Educational Needs (SEN). Read more
This qualification is a requirement for special educational needs coordinators (SENCO) working in state-maintained schools in England and Wales. Read more
This successful one year training programme is designed to support the professional development of special educational needs coordinators (SENCOS). Read more
This online course offers a comprehensive focus on contemporary debates within special and inclusive education including local, national and international policies and approaches. Read more
Teaching is far more than a job. For many, teaching is a calling. An opportunity to engage and inspire children and enable them to develop the skills and knowledge they need to thrive. Read more
If you are already making your mark in a school and thrive on inspiring the next generation, but do not have Qualified Teacher Status, the good news is that you can rectify this and in the space of 12 weeks. Read more
Are you working as a SENCo/ALNCo in a school, college or Early Years? Then this course is for you. Read more
This programme has been jointly developed by DCU and the Institute of Child Education and Psychology, Europe (ICEP Europe) in recognition of the need to support teachers in meeting the increasing diversity of pupils' needs in mainstream classes. Read more