Benefits of taking this SEN Support Worker Course:
Certification: Internationally recognised certification upon successful completion
Flexible Study: High quality e-learning study materials, access from any device anytime anywhere
Instant Result: Instant result through multiple choice assessments
Lifetime Access: 24/7 access to the course for lifetime
Comprehensive Training: Delivered by instructors with industry experience, video lessons and texts.
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SEN Support Worker Course is designed to help you understand the essential skills entailed in working with children and young people with Special Educational Needs (SEN). SEN teaching methods used for children with special needs such as autism, difficulties in learning, etc. Not everyone is qualified and trained enough to manage such children. Become an ideal SEN Support worker and aid the kids with special needs with this exciting SEN Support Worker Course.
This course is packed with knowledge to enhance your skills and tips on management plans for SEN classrooms. You’ll get ideas on how to deal with children that undergo from diverse conditions, understand the barriers they encounter in the classroom. Upon successful completion of this course, you’ll also study ADHD and Dyslexia, their causes, diagnosis, and available treatment. Furthermore, the importance of knowing the essential theories and practices that encourage and support learning also explained throughout the course.
What will you learn:
The SEN Support Worker Course consists of 31 mandatory modules, covering
SEN: Special Educational Needs
- Introduction to Special Educational Needs (SEN)
- Understand Constructivism in the Classroom and know your role as a teacher
- SEN Code of Practice
- Get an understanding on SENCO
- Classroom Management Strategies for Children with Special Needs
- Physical Difficulties, Sensory Difficulties, Cognitive Impairments of Pupils
- How to Deal with Pupils with Autism
- Understanding Learning Difficulties
- Anger Management Methods for Pupils With Special Needs
- Teaching Children with Down Syndrome
- Conclusion to SEN
- What is ADHD?
- Causes of ADHD
- Diagnosing ADHD
- Treating ADHD
- ADHD and Education
- Reasonable Adjustments: ADHD
- Adults with ADHD
- What is Dyslexia?
- Identifying Dyslexia
- Co-occurring Conditions
- Diagnosing Dyslexia
- Creating Dyslexia Friendly Environment
- Solutions for Dyslexia
- The Legislative Framework
- Roles and Responsibilities: Part I
- Roles and Responsibilities: Part II
- Functions of Safeguarding Boards
- Planning and Safeguarding Structures
- The Impact of Abuse and Neglect
- Principles of Working with Children and their Families
Method of Assessment:
Upon conclusion of the course, there's an online multiple-choice quiz assessment, which will determine whether you have passed the course. The test is marked immediately and results are published instantly (60% pass mark).
Certificates can be obtained at an additional cost in PDF or in Printed Hardcopy format.
There are no academic entry requirements for this course, and it is open to students of all academic backgrounds.
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