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nasen Recognised Teacher/Practitioner of SEND programme

This course is built around a deeper exploration of the implications of the An introduction to SEND in practice and Understanding and supporting universal needs. It has been developed to link with your day to day working practice – it encourages you to develop a resource or professional artefact (for example, a novel intervention; an assessment tool; a lesson plan template or a learning resource) which can be used in your setting.

Cost: £500

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Course features and benefits

  • The programme is based around three modules; Introduction to SEND in Practice, Understanding and Supporting Universal Needs and Recognised Teacher/Practitioner of SEND 
  • Flexible delivery - modules contain both on demand content and live sessions
  • Convenience of learning on demand
  • The opportunity for peer networking and support in live sessions
  • Opportunities to apply your learning to your role
  • All live sessions will be 4pm until 5pm UK time
  • Twelve months access to course resources and the ability to attend live sessions during that time

How to purchase

Through our website:

For bulk purchases or other queries:

Please contact our CPD team who will be happy to assist you. 

 

 

 

Resources

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nasen Recognised Teacher/Practitioner of SEND progress log

  • nasen Recognised Practitioner/Teacher of SEND
  • 14 Feb 2024
Free
Recognised Practitioner
Recognised Teacher
guided reflection

The progress record is designed to help you track your progress through the content of the Recognised Teacher/Practitioner Programme.

Guided Reflection

  • Introduction to SEND – Teacher
  • 23 Nov 2023
Free
Intro Teacher
guided reflection

This guided reflection document for the 'An introduction to SEND in Practice - Teacher' module

Guided Reflection

  • Universal needs
  • 23 Nov 2023
Free
Universal needs
guided reflection

This guided reflection document for the 'Understanding and Supporting Universal Needs' module

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Guided Reflection

  • Introduction to SEND – Practitioner
  • 23 Nov 2023
Free
Intro Practitioner
guided reflection

This guided reflection document for the 'An introduction to SEND in Practice - Practitioner' module

Module 1 - Introduction to SEND in Practice

This module covers essential elements of SEND, emphasising core aspects of excellent practice as well as providing a comprehensive overview of SEND in schools with reference to key legislation, central ideas around inclusion by design as well as recognising universal needs. There is a guided reflection document to accompany the module allowing you to record the development of your learning.

The sessions in this module are:

If you are on the Recognised Practitioner programme, please watch the Effective Support series.

If you are on the Recognised Teacher programme, please watch the High Quality Teaching series.

There are live sessions available for you to attend to contextualise the above sessions.

Please use the guided reflection document to record the development of your learning.

Module 2 - Understanding and Supporting Universal Needs

This module is comprised of four webcasts that focus on core messages that thread through all of our CPD; the focus on knowing the individual pupil, inclusion by design and recognising universal needs that we all have. There is a guided reflection document to accompany the module allowing you to record the development of your learning.

The sessions in this module are:

There are live sessions available for you to attend to contextualise the above sessions.

Please use the guided reflection document to record the development of your learning.

Module 3 - Development of a professional artefact

Your professional artefact, or resource, will allow you to demonstrate your learning in a practical way that is meaningful and beneficial to your work. Examples of professional artefacts include: a novel intervention; an assessment tool; a lesson plan template or a learning resource.

A development framework is provided to support you.

The sessions in this module are*:

  • Live session 1 - Explanation of what is meant by 'professional artefact' along with an exploration of how to develop your artefact. The session will be very interactive and so you will have opportunity to ask questions and share ideas.
  • Live session 2 - Following session 1, you will begin working on the development of your artefact. This group tutorial style session, again very interactive, will give the opportunity to further explore your ideas, problem any issues that may have arisen, be inspired, ask questions (as well as provide answers) and so on.

*Attendance at both live sessions is required in order to gain your certificate.

How to purchase

Through our website:

For bulk purchases or other queries:

Please contact our CPD team who will be happy to assist you. 

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