Description

Develop the knowledge and skills to become a leader for special educational needs and disability (SEND) in your school. Gain the confidence to  increase the participation and achievement for children and young people with SEND.

On this part-time course, you’ll develop the skills and knowledge to improve the provision and outcomes for students in your school experiencing barriers to their learning.

Some of the topics you’ll explore include how national SEND policy affects your practice, how SEND impacts on pupils’ participation, and strategies to improve outcomes for pupils.

You’ll critically evaluate evidence on learning, teaching and assessing pupils with SEND, such as the impact of research evidence or the use of practical training tools. You’ll develop the skills to work strategically with senior colleagues and governors, challenging them where necessary.

Study Details:

1 year part-time

Module Details:

Award units:

Unit 1 (30 CAT) 22/83 KV 0001, Professional Knowledge and Understanding

Unit 2 (30 CAT) 22/83 KV 0002, Leading and Coordinating Provision

Unit 3 22/83 KV 0003 (Practice Credit Units)

Fees

https://www2.mmu.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/course/pgcert-national-award-for-special-educational-needs-coordination//#sub-six

Entry Requirements

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.  If you are in Further Education  and have Qualified Teacher Learning and Skills (QTLS) or you are in Early Years and hold Early Years Teacher Status (EYTS) you are also eligible to 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.

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