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Special Needs and Inclusive Education

Course Description

Our course directly addresses the Learning Outcomes for NASENCO that have been specified by the National College for Teaching and Leadership (NCTL).

These Learning Outcomes include:

The professional context of relevant frameworks and methodologies, and types of disabilities
The strategic development of SEN policy and procedures
How to co-ordinate provision
Leading, developing and supporting colleagues
Working in partnership with pupils, families and other professionals

The course takes place over four Saturdays and there is additional input via webinars

Entry Requirements

We welcome applications from people who already have a teaching qualification.Please apply if you are a Special Education Needs Co-ordinator (SENCO) already or you have a career development plan to become a SENCO.Applicants must hold a teaching qualification. The NCTL’s expectation is that all participants on the course will be skilled teachers who have demonstrated many professional attributes.

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