You must be either: a current SEN Coordinator, or expecting to take up a SEN Coordinator role during your study. You must have obtained Qualified Teacher Status (QTS), or Qualified Teacher Learning and Skills (QTLS) status, prior to applying.
Months of entry
This one year, National Award is available to SENCOs from any school in the UK. It is delivered though a partnership between Nottingham Trent University and Nottinghamshire County Council. Prior to the establishment of the National Award, we had an established track record of jointly delivering a highly regarded induction course for SENCOs.
Why study this course?
- Achievement of this National Award is a legal requirement for all new SENCOs
- With only five compulsory days attendance, and distance support it is ideal to fit in with a busy lifestyle
- Benefit from a course leader with a national and international reputation in special education and inclusion
- Access all the University's resources and online workspace.
The National Award comprises of two elements: A practical competency framework where you collect evidence for a series of nationally-set professional outcomes, and Master's level study (60 credits), which can be used towards gaining an MA in Special and Inclusive Education.
Study sessions involve: five compulsory days attendance the University, five days for independent set tasks, and Personal or virtual tutorial and tutor support sessions as required by you.
Contact the Course Leader for more information and an application form.
Course Leader: Professor Gill Richards firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fees and funding
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Course Leader: Gill Richards