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Why not join 10,000 schools who've partnered with us to improve the confidence and skills of their teaching team and provide a more inclusive experience for pupils with SEND?

We ensure your team has the right skills at the right time to support all children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) and provide quality first teaching.

Discover why 85% of users rate a significant increase in confidence after completing our courses and talk to us today.

Impact on confidence in overall abilities to meet the needs of pupils with SEND

* 85% of users rate a significant increase in confidence

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* 85% of users rate a significant increase in confidence

Source: LMS 2024


Our courses are developed in partnership with SEND specialists and leading institutions to reflect current evidence-based practice. They provide a secure knowledge of the graduated approach, an understanding of assessment checklists and techniques, a toolkit of interventions to differentiate learning, and a support plan to differentiate and personalise learning.


Testimonials

I thought the last video was very clear and this gave more knowledge of how a person with ASD felt from his young years to reaching adulthood. With this knowledge I feel more confident in understanding how a child may react to certain secondary classroom /subjects. this will give me the confidence to implement appropriate strategies when supporting students with ASD.

Teaching Assistant

Autism

I feel that this training has expanded my knowledge of deafness within a school setting. Also, things like what to do when working in a mainstream class with a deaf student, things like how you position both yourself and the young person. Even so much as how to stand at the board. It has been very insightful and I'm sure I will use things I have learnt during my work.

Teaching Assistant

Deafness

I have learned a great deal on how to support a pupil with VI and have been able to use this information in practice, e.g. new knowledge on additional low impact visual aids which I have now implemented for use in class to support Pupil X. I am more aware in how to meet the needs of the pupil and feel more confident in my day-to-day practice. I also found the case studies particularly informative and useful - these gave me a greater understanding of the needs of a VI pupil and how to meet them.

Senior Leader

Vision Impairment

Due to the current covid conditions, rules and regulations I have not been able to put things into physical practice. However, I am very happy with how the course has gone, what it has taught me and am confident I will be able to put together some good interventions to helps those children who need our help.
Before I did this course I only had a very basic knowledge of deafness. I do not currently work with deaf students but I maybe working with one next year so the information contained within this course will help me to support the student.

Teaching Assistant

Deafness (Further Education)

Personally the training has given me a greater understanding and recognition of children who have motor coordination difficulties and what they face. When you know what they (and the parents) are facing it gives you a better basis on how to help them and ensure a more positive outcome. The training has also helped in the various strategies that can be implemented within the school setting. The notes are something I can refer to which is also a great help. I have found this training very interesting and informative.
Overall, this training has given me the knowledge to have confidence in my role. Making assessments of pupils needs and progress. It has given me the confidence to work alongside staff/ lead and VI specialist teacher with the knowledge to join in conversations understanding and using the terminology as well as understanding.

Qualified Teacher

Multi-Sensory Impairment

I am inspired to use my training in the classroom.

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