Special Education Needs (SEN)

Special Educational Needs

The one-week courses listed below can easily be combined to forma two-week course. By following these courses, you will develop an understanding of the challenges of teaching students with dyslexia, dyspraxia, dyscalculia, autism, and other special needs arising from Asperger’s syndrome. Key topics will be addressed, including characteristics and diagnostic criteria, a structured approach to teaching, creating trust with learners and working with families, assessment, language and communication, dyslexia and autism spectrum conditions, recognising different types of discriminatory or exclusive behavior and understanding the causes of challenging behaviours, behaviour management, with the aim of developing a range of best practices.

Dyslexia in the Teaching Environment

By following this course, you will develop an understanding of the challenges of teaching adults with dyslexia. You will learn how to recognise the traits of dyslexia, break down any misunderstandings about the condition, manage learning styles, create trust with learners, recognise different types of discriminatory or exclusive behaviour and become familiar with areas of EU law concerning dyslexia.

Fast Facts

Start dates:25 Feb – 01 March 2019
15 – 19 April 2019
17 – 21 June 2019
15 – 19 July 2019
07 – 10 October 2019
Max. group size:12
Entry level:B1
Min. age:23
Course materials:Included
Hours/week:21
Price:£395
Booking fee:£50
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Autism in the Teaching Environment

This course is for all professionals working in education, whether in the classroom, in management, marketing or administration, who want to better understand the challenges of teaching students with autism. By following this course, you will develop an understanding of the challenges of teaching students with autism, and other special needs arising from Asperger’s syndrome. Key topics will be addressed, including characteristics and diagnostic criteria, a structured approach to teaching, working with families, assessment, language and communication, autism spectrum conditions, understanding the causes of challenging behaviours, behavior management, with the aim of developing a range of best practices.

Fast Facts

Course dates:04 – 08 March 2019
22 – 26 April 2019
22 – 26 July 2019
21 – 25 October 2019
Max. group size:12
Entry level:B1
Min. age:23
Course materials:Included
Hours/week:21
Price:£395
Booking fee:£50
Terms and conditions
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