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Who should do this SEN teaching course?
Our teaching Special Educational Needs course, also considered to be an SEN (Special Educational Needs) teacher course, is best suited for teachers or SEN teaching assistants who need hands-on support to deal with multiple special needs in their classroom. If you specifically work with learners on the autism spectrum, our Autism Spectrum Disorder will be a great resource for you to study.
Special Needs Teaching Course Structure
This SENs in the Classroom is a five-hour, fifty credit introductory course that is taught through online resources. There is a downloadable e-certificate once you complete the final test.
What will you learn?
SEN teachers and SEN teaching assistants will critically examine current theory and practices associated with supporting the design of quality programs implemented for students with special learning needs in multiple learning contexts. To widen the scope of your profession in special needs teacher training, you can also learn more about Teaching Students with Sensory and Physical Impairments.
This SENs in the Classroom course is suitable for teachers or trainers in any type of educational setting who would like to learn more about recognising when their learners are having difficulty and how to deal with the different possible Special Educational Needs.
Course Duration: 1 month
This course is particularly suitable for SEN teachers, SEN teaching assistants and even good opportunity for SENCO training and development.
SENs in the Classroom CPD Requirements
Dealing with SENs in the Classroom CPD course is available for all candidates who fulfil the following criteria:
Age range: 18+
Core skills: There are no formal entry requirements for this training course however candidate must have reading and writing skills in order to complete the course.
Access to Internet using a laptop / pc / tablet using up to date Windows, Android or Apple operating systems.
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SENs in the Classroom CPD Outline
- Understand special educational needs
- Different types of SENs for example Dyslexia, Dyspraxia / DCD, Dysgraphia & Dyscalculia.
- Signs & symptoms of various SENs
- Factors and General Sign & Symptoms of SENs
- A.D.D / A.D.H.D. the causes, symptoms and diagnosis.
- Coping strategies for students with SENs
- Effective strategies for managing SEN's in the classroom
- General awareness of Other Special Educational Needs, i.e Auditory Processing Disorder (APD), Language Processing Disorder, Non-Verbal Learning Disabilities, Intellectual Disabilities and a few more.
SENs in the Classroom CPD Assessment
Participants are required to complete an online quiz at the end of the course