in Special Education Needs and Inclusion
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Who is this for ?
Professionals who have experience of working with children, young people and adults with a range of special educational needs and/or disabilities.
Who is this taught by?
The tutors are nationally and internationally renowned for their research and experience in SEND and promoting inclusive practice.
How do you study?
A key strength of our programme is our blended learning approach. This provides the opportunity to learn collaboratively both face to face and online. Our integrated learning environment provides access to course materials and to a well-resourced library enabling students to access e books and electronic journals from home. Assessment procedures are flexible and sensitive to either personal interests or existing professional workloads. Assignments are usually based on aspects of work currently on going in our participants’ own professional context. There are no exams.
Graduates with a honour degree or UK Level 6 equivalent International students must present evidence of having IELTS with a minimum score of 6.5, assessed through writing and interview.
How can this programme support your career?
Our former students have used the expertise developed on the course to assist them in seeking more senior posts within education.
What does the program offer?
EXAMPLE MODULES: Key concepts in inclusion & diversity, Autism, Dyslexia, Speech, Language and Communication.
National Award for SEN Coordination
Do you want to achieve a recognised award as a a Special Educational Needs Co-Ordinator (SENCo) ? Join us at the Village International Education Centre, Bangkok for the SENCo programme offered by University of Northampton starting in October 2016.
Further Information :
including up to date module teaching schedule please contact:
The Village International Education Centre
Contact name: Alice S.