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Postgraduate Certificate in Special Educational Needs: Course features

What this course offers you

  • Enables current and aspiring SEN coordinators to develop their professional practice and lead the co-ordination of provision for children and young people with SEN and disabilities.
  • Explores research-based interventions in SEN provision for effective working with staff, pupils, governors, parents and other stakeholders.
  • Supports research-inquisitive self-improving education professionals who wish to acquire advanced knowledge and skills in systematic enquiry, critical practice and professional learning.
  • Learning experiences in one day and half day sessions, involving lectures, seminars, workshops and tutorials.
  • Course design has benefited from developmental contact with Babcock4S, which supports whole school inclusion in Surrey.
  • Enables students to disseminate applicable ideas for professional practice and to confidently engage in academic and professional communication by developing skills of advocacy.
  • Facilitates a systematic understanding of professional knowledge relevant to coordinating SEN policy and practice.
  • Encourages reflection on the personal experience of situated practice involving personalised learning.
  • Enables identification of practice-based issues for systematic enquiry.

These learning outcomes are not subject to approval or accreditation by a PSRB, nor are they professional standards.

For further information:

Maria Dowling
Tel: +44 (0)20 8417 4737
Email us

For further information:

Maria Dowling
Tel: +44 (0)20 8417 4737
Email us

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