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SEN Teaching Diploma - CPD Accredited

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Overview: Children with special needs have a different set of requirements, and qualifying in the SEN Teaching Diploma will make …

Overview:

Children with special needs have a different set of requirements, and qualifying in the SEN Teaching Diploma will make you effective in your role when fulfilling special education roles. The course will help you on how to become productive in this field. You will learn the core elements of SEN, SEN UK framework, defining SEN and evolution of SEN. This qualification will give you the opportunity to gain a teaching role in the field of special educationSpecial Educational Needs (SEN) Teaching is extremely rewarding, and involves working with children who have special needs like autism, or children with learning difficulties. SEN Teachers need to have a particular set of skills, and it is essential that anyone hoping to become a SEN Teacher has a good education, and is fully certified, which is where this excellent SEN Teaching Diploma comes in. This course is accredited by CPD, meaning it has been carefully created and developed to provide all the essential skills to all hopeful SEN Teachers. The course focuses on all the fundamental skills that a SEN Teacher should have, and will allow you to begin teaching, and essentially changing lives for the better.

Learning with Study 365 has many advantages. The course material is delivered straight to you and can be adapted to fit in with your lifestyle. It is created by experts within the industry, meaning you are receiving accurate information, which is up-to-date and easy to understand.

This course is comprised of professionally narrated e-Learning modules, interactive quizzes, tests, and exams. All delivered through a system that you will have access to 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for 365 days (12 months).

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  • Understand all the fundamentals of SEN
  • Understand the role of SENCo and dealing with agencies
  • Learn the common SEN conditions within mainstream schools
  • Understand behavioural issues and learn best practices

This online training course is comprehensive and designed to cover the key topics listed under the curriculum.

You will have 12 Months access to your online study platform from the date you purchased the course. The course is self-paced so you decide how fast or slow the training goes. You can complete the course in stages revisiting the training at any time.

At the end of the course, learners will take an online multiple choice question assessment test. The online test is marked straightaway, so you will know immediately if you have passed the course.

Successful candidates will be awarded a SEN Teaching Diploma - CPD Accredited.

Learners must be age 16 or over and should have a basic understanding of the English Language, numeracy, literacy, and ICT.

With this SEN Teaching Diploma - CPD Accredited certificate you will develop the appropriate skills and knowledge to gain employment as a SEN Teacher. The average Secondary School SEN Teacher in the UK earns around £28,328, which will go up with experience (payscale.com). This course will allow you to fulfil the following roles: The certificate will demonstrate your skills in SEN, and put you in demand to gain a good teaching position.

  • SEN Teacher, Primary
  • SEN Teacher, Secondary
  • SEN Teaching Assistant
  • Behaviour Mentor
  • Learning Support Assistant

Course Curriculum

1: In and out about SEN
1. In and out about SEN
Learning Outcomes
Chapter Introduction
Your scope of Knowledge
Defining SEN
SEN UK framework
The linkage between Free School Meals and SEN
Poverty, Disadvantaged students and Education
Poverty, Disadvantaged students and Education
Evolution of SEN since the 1944 Education Act
Linkage between Ofsted and SEN
The Common Assessment Framework
Commonly used SEN Assessment tools within Mainstream Schools
Linkage between EAL and SEN
Summary outline of Module 1
Glossary of Terms
Bibliography
Website Info
2: Provision of Special Educational Needs (SEN) within Schools
2. Provision of Special Educational Needs (SEN) within Schools
Learning Outcomes
Chapter Introduction
Facts that you may know
The New SEN Code of Practice
Replacing the statements of SEN with EHCs
The Children and Families Act of 2014
The Disability and the Equality Act of 2010
Protecting Children in Education
Distinguishing Special Schools and Mainstream Schools
The roles of SENCo
Summary outline of Module 2
Glossary of Terms
Bibliography
3: Role of SENCo and Dealing with Other Agencies
3. Role of SENCo and Dealing with Other Agencies
Learning Outcomes
Chapter Introduction
Things you may know
Role of SENCo and dealing with other Agencies
Dealing with other Agencies
Learning about CAMHS (Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services)
Effective Speech and Language Therapy Services
Physiotherapy Services
Occupational Therapy Services
Learning about Sensory Support Teachers
Learning about Inclusion Support Services
Family Liaison Officers within Schools
4: Common SEN conditions found within Mainstream Schools Part I
4. Common SEN conditions found within Mainstream Schools Part I
Learning Outcomes
Chapter Introduction
Facts you may know
Areas which need attention
Needs in Communication and Interaction
Needs on Language, Speech, and Communication
Learning about Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD)
Conditions on Cognition and Learning
Learning about Dyslexia, Dyspraxia and Dyscalculia
Learning about Mild, Moderate, Severe, Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties
Learning about Down’s syndrome
Learning about Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD)
The problem of Global Learning Delay
5: Common SEN conditions found within Mainstream Schools Part II
5. Common SEN conditions found within Mainstream Schools Part II
Learning about Social, Emotional and Behavioral Difficulties
Learning about ADHD/ADD, ODD, and CD Conditions
What is ADHD/ADD?
What is ODD?
What is CD?
Attachment Disorder Conditions
Learning about Social, Emotional and Behavioral Difficulties
Learning about Sensory and/or Physical Needs
Learning about Cerebral Palsy
Other Common Conditions
Personal Traits Unique to All of the Above Conditions
Case Study Analysis
Summary Outline
Glossary of Terms
Bibliography
Website Information
6: Behavioral Issues Part I
6. Behavioral Issues Part I
Learning Outcomes
Chapter Introduction
You may know these facts already
Learning about Behavior
Behavior Policy
Learning about Playground Buddies
Challenging behavior seen among children
Ways to deal with challenging Behavior
7: Behavioral Issues Part II
7. Behavioral Issues Part II
Reinforcement of Positive Behavior
Adapting to the Enviornment Effectively
Plans built on Behavior Support
The healing of Nurture and Pets
Building Positive Relationships
Transition Process
Summary Outline
Glossary of Terms
Bibliography
Web-Info
8: Insights into Inclusive Education
8. Insights into Inclusive Education
Learning Outcomes
Chapter Introduction
You may know these already
Inclusive Education within Mainstream Setups
TimeLine of the evolution of Inclusion within Schools
In and Out about Severe Learning Difficulty (SLD)
What is Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulty?
Ways to promote Inclusive Education
Learning about various inclusion models
Summary Outline
Glossary of Terms
Bibliography
Mock Exam
Mock Exam : SEN Teaching Diploma 01:00:00
Final Exam
Exam : SEN Teaching Diploma 01:00:00
Certificate Download Guide
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