Online Course Listings Inclusion Courses

Inclusion: SEND Framework and the role of the TA – IN409B

This course reflects the changes in SEND provision described in the 2015 SEN Code of Practice 0-25. Course Overview This short section provides a brief overview of the whole course to enable participants to plan their time. Part 1  Legislation and Implementation This section introduces the recent legislation and national initiatives relevant to Inclusion, Disability and Special Educational Needs. Part  2 Identifying additional learning ...

Inclusion: Barriers to Learning for TA/LA’s (England) – IN409A

This course will be invaluable to all teaching assistants when supporting the additional needs of pupils on a daily basis in mainstream classrooms. The curriculum for excellence and its presentation may present barriers to learning for some pupils – e.g. those with EAL - this course provides Teaching Assistants/Achievement Assistants with the opportunity to learn more about developmental disorders such as dyslexia and autism as well as consider...

Inclusion: Intro to SEND for TA/LA’s (England) – IN409

In recent years there has been a great increase in the number of non-teacher staff employed in school classrooms to support the learning of a wide range of children and young people. Although most teaching assistants (TAs) have undertaken a general professional development award to equip them to work in the classroom alongside teachers, some may not have received much formal training in working with children who have some disabilities and/or spe...

Inclusion: Barriers to Learning for CA/LA’s (Scotland) – IN309A

This course will be invaluable to all classroom learning assistants when supporting the additional needs of pupils on a daily basis in mainstream classrooms. The curriculum for excellence and its presentation may present barriers to learning for some pupils – e.g. those with EAL - this course provides classroom/learning assistants with the opportunity to learn more about developmental disorders such as dyslexia and autism as well as considering...

Inclusion: Intro to ASN for CA/LA’s (Scotland) – IN309

The aim of this course is to raise the awareness of classroom/learning assistants of the wide range of factors that may result in pupils experiencing additional support needs in the curriculum for excellence and to help them identify and support these in an inclusive mainstream setting. The course offers some practical activities that will help classroom/learning assistants to develop confidence in their identification and support of individual p...

Inclusion: Developing a profile of individual needs – PP111

Inclusion: Developing a Pupil Profile – a follow up to Inclusion courses Introduction to Additional Support Needs/Special Educational Needs and Barriers to Learning. Course participants will have completed a CPD Bytes Inclusion Course, or have undertaken some professional study to inform their classroom practice for meeting the additional learning needs of some pupils. They will already be aware of many of the signs that a pupil is experiencin...

Inclusion: Barriers to Learning for Teachers (England) – IN209B

This course has been revised to reflect the changes in SEND provision required by the 2014 Reasonable Adjustments for disabled pupils duties introduced in the Equality Act and the new SEN provision introduced in the 2014 Children and Families Act and the 2015 SEN Code of Practice 0-25.  8 April 2015 This course will be invaluable to all teachers when addressing the needs of pupils with additional needs on a daily basis in their classrooms. Th...

Inclusion: Defining and Identifying SEND (England) IN109A

It is important that all teachers are aware of the importance of identifying and providing support for pupils who have SEND so that they can access the curriculum in the mainstream classroom. This 5 hour online CPD course reviews recent Equality, Disability and SEND legislation that impacts on inclusive educational practice, explores how classroom teachers might identify learners’ SEN and considers available arrangements for assessments. ...

Inclusion: Barriers to Learning for Teachers (Scotland) IN109B

This course will be invaluable to all teachers when addressing the needs of pupils with additional needs on a daily basis in their classrooms. The curriculum for excellence and its presentation in the mainstream classroom may present barriers to learning for some pupils – e.g. those with EAL - the course provides teachers with the opportunity to explore developmental disorders such as dyslexia and autism and reviews the impact of e.g. challengi...

Inclusion: Introduction to SEND for Teachers (England) IN209

This course has been revised to reflect the changes in SEND provision required by the Reasonable Adjustments for disabled pupils duties introduced in the Equality Act and the new SEN provision introduced in the 2014 Children and Families Act and the 2015 SEND Code of Practice 0-25. This course will be invaluable to all mainstream classroom teachers who are addressing the needs of pupils who have special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEN...