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Real Training: International Award for SEN Coordination (iSENCO)

Institution Real Training
Department Real Training
Web https://realtraining.co.uk/
Email info@realgroup.co.uk
Telephone +44(0)1273358080
Study type Taught

Summary

The iSENCO qualification was introduced by Real Training as an alternative to the NASENCO qualification for those working in international settings. With 3 cohorts a year in January, May & September you can choose a start date that suits you. You will have up to 12 months to complete the module via our online learning platform Campus Online. If you are considering taking your studies further this module will provide you with 60 credits toward a PGDip or MEd on our SEND programme.

Here are some key reasons why you should take this module: To develop effective leadership and management skills in relation to SEND coordination within an international school setting. To develop an understanding of how wider cultural, political, historical and community contexts influence SEND provision internationally. To engage with international research and evidence-based practice regarding inclusive education. To critically examine the research on interventions in the field of SEND and demonstrate both knowledge and understanding of both its applications and limitations. To develop different models of partnership within their setting, with an understanding of the place of power and ethics in listening to and understanding children, parents and carers.

Postgraduate Certificate in Education - PGCE

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