Special Education Needs and Disabilities Diploma
About Special Education Needs and Disabilities Course
According to NHS UK special education needs and disability (SEND) explain A child or young person has special educational needs and disabilities if they have a learning difficulty and/or a disability that means they need special health and education support, we shorten this to SEND.
It is for every child to have access to quality education despite they are normal or require special education.
We are aware that some children have difficulties understanding what the teacher teaches them due to their disabilities. However, we also know that majority of these students overcome their challenges when teachers and parents take an interest in their learning and support them accordingly.
Speical Education Neeeds and Disabilities (SEND) difficulties to include
- Speech, language, reading and writing
- Concentration and the ability to understand things
- Behaviour and emotions
- Socialise and make friends
- Physical ability
Our teaching is philosophy is simple; we teach according to the need of teachers. Once they have completed their programme, they have all tools to become an effective classroom instructor in special education needs and disabilities in any context of education, coaching centre, school, home tuition.
Special Education Needs and Disabilities Curriculum
- Module 1 Introduction to Special Education Needs
- Module 2 The History and Evolution of S.E.N
- Module 3 Constructivist Theories of Learning
- Module 4 S.E.N. Code of Practice
- Module 5 S.E.N.C.O. Support for S.E.N. Students
- Module 6 The Different Types of Needs
- Module 7 Identification, Assessment and Support of S.E.N. Pupils
- Module 8 Behaviours: Reasons and Restorative Practices
- Module 9 Understanding Sensory Impairments and Physical Disabilities
- Module 10 Understanding and Addressing Difficulties in Cognition and Learning
- Module 11 Speech, Language, and Common Communication Issues
- Module 12 Learning Difficulties: Autism
- Module 13 Learning Difficulties – Dyslexia
- Module 14 Learning Difficulties: Dyspraxia
- Module 15 Learning Difficulties: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (A.D.H.D.)
- Module 16 The Importance of S.E.N. Knowledge
- Module 17 Specific Learning Difficulties
- Module 18 Psychological Perspectives on Behaviour
- Module 19 Understanding and Managing Anger
- Module 20 Teaching Approaches and Strategies
- Module 21 Educational Outcomes
- Module 22 Every Teacher’s Responsibility
Some of the modules contain self-assessed assignments/tasks which are at the end of the module. Most of the assignments should take around 30 minutes to complete; again, you are free to spend as much time as you need on them. The assignments are self-assessed; you do not need to send them to us. You will find the answers/our suggestions attached.
End of Course Assessment
At the end of the course, there is a 30 question test. There are different types of questions, e.g. multiple-choice or true and false. To pass the test, you need to score 60%
Don’t panic if you don’t pass the first time. You can take the test as many times as you need. If you do not pass on the first occasion, we recommend that you go back over the modules you did not fare so well and study them again.
Completion of the Course
Once you have passed the test, you will get your certificate of completion. You can download and print your certificate any time you want.
If you need any assistance, we are here to help you. You can contact us via email or WhatsApp message, and we will arrange a time to talk to you. Please note, support hours are 9:00 – 17:30 Monday – Friday (we have limited support outside of these hours, and your enquiry may take longer to respond to).