SEND Training

Special Educational Needs & Disability Training (SEN-D)

SEND training course

ThisĀ special educational needs and disability (SEND) training course is perfect for any organisation. Each course can be individually tailored to the requirements of it’s participants, so whether you are experienced or not you can be sure that you will benefit from this course.

Aim

To introduce practitioners to the Special Educational Needs – Disability reforms, their responsibilities and promoting disability as an equality issue

Objectives

By the end of the session, participants will have:

  • Reflected on the difference between disability and impairment
  • Identified the barriers to inclusion
  • Considered the differences between segregation, integration and inclusion.
  • Look at and discussed the SEND reforms
  • Identified was of putting new learning into practice

 

Feedback fromĀ attendees of the SEND training course

“Really enjoyed today’s training. I will take back new knowledge and attitudes, especially around the impairment vs disability debate.”

“Thank you for today. Guest trainer (Ally) was fab, it was made more fun and interesting.”

“I’ve learnt a lot at how we view disability and impairments. I will be using a lot of this in future training and the activities to get staff thinking about inclusion and segregation.”

“A good venue. Excellent tutor. Lots of information. A recommended course for us all.”

“I now feel more confident and comfortable with the language and terminology used to describe SEND. I feel more able to report back to school/management about inclusion.”

“More awareness of difficulties faced by people with impairments and how we can make reasonable adjustments to the environment and our practice to overcome these difficulties.”

“Excellent. This was a really thought provoking course that has given me a lot to think about with regards to our current practice and future practice.”

 

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