An Introduction to Supporting Babies and Children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Course

What will I learn?

You will develop your understanding of key legislation and how they support children with SEND, how to ensure inclusive practice and working and understand the different types of SEND. This course will also provide you with strategies for working with families with children who have SEND.

You will take part in practical elements of the course and share and reflect on how you support children with SEND. You will have opportunities to draw on each other’s expertise to further your skills.

Key Topics:

  • The definitions of special education need, disability & equality
  • Inclusion, inclusive practice & the child’s voice
  • Different types of SEND
  • Down syndrome & autism – a brief discussion
  • Working in partnership with parents & outside agencies
  • Makaton alphabet and simple signs
Relevant for:
Course relevant for EnglandCourse relevant for EnglandCourse relevant for WalesCourse relevant for Wales
Tags:

SCH | C&E | RC | SBCSEN

An Introduction to Supporting Babies and Children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities
Who should attend this course?

This course has been designed to suit all professionals wanting to develop their interest and understanding of supporting children with SEND.

This course also provides an excellent insight for parents or carers of children with special needs or disabilities who want to ensure they are providing appropriate support for those children.

This course is ideal for:

Teachers, Teaching Assistants, Nursery Workers, Carers and Childminders, Social Workers and Health Care Professionals, Youth/Activity Workers and Leaders, After School Workers and Volunteers, Sports Coaches and Teachers, Church/Religious Leaders and Volunteers, Parents

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What will I learn?

You will develop your understanding of key legislation and how they support children with SEND, how to ensure inclusive practice and working and understand the different types of SEND. This course will also provide you with strategies for working with families with children who have SEND.


You will take part in practical elements of the course and share and reflect on how you support children with SEND. You will have opportunities to draw on each other’s expertise to further your skills.

Whilst no course dates are currently available, new dates are added all the time. Please submit your details in order to be notified of the next selection of dates.

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