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SEN Teaching Assistant Diploma with Autism, ADHD, Dyslexia & Dysphagia Awareness

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7.8 hours · Self-paced
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  • Reed Courses Certificate of Completion - Free
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Overview

SEN Teaching Assistant Diploma with Autism, ADHD, Dyslexia & Dysphagia Awareness

Empower your teaching career with our comprehensive SEN Teaching Assistant Diploma. Specialize in supporting students with Autism, ADHD, Dyslexia, and Dysphagia. Become an expert SEN Teaching Assistant and champion inclusive education.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Comprehend the intricacies of SEND as an SEN Teaching Assistant.
  • Apply the SEND Code of Practice as an SEN Teaching Assistant.
  • Utilise effective classroom strategies as an SEN Teaching Assistant.
  • Implement educational psychology in teaching as an SEN Teaching Assistant.
  • Understand Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) to support as an SEN Teaching Assistant.

This SEN Teaching Assistant Diploma Includes The Following Courses:

  • Course 01: SEND
  • Course 02: Teaching Assistant
  • Course 03: Autism
  • Course 04: ADHD
  • Course 05: Dyslexia
  • Course 06: Dysphagia

Key Employment Opportunities:

  • SEN Teaching Assistant: £27,000 per year
  • SENCO: £41,000 per year
  • Teacher: £38,000 per year

More Benefits:

  • Assignment Feedback on SEN Teaching Assistant
  • Free Digital Reed Certificate on SEN Teaching Assistant
  • Moneyback Guarantee

Curriculum

8
sections
57
lectures
7h 50m
total
    • 1: SEN Teaching Assistant: Understanding SEND 11:00 PDF
    • 2: SEN Teaching Assistant: The SEND Code of Practice - 0 to 25 Years 14:00 PDF
    • 3: SEN Teaching Assistant: Introduction to Teaching Assistant 08:12
    • 4: SEN Teaching Assistant: Working in The Classroom 10:02
    • 5: SEN Teaching Assistant: Educational Psychology 10:02
    • 6: SEN Teaching Assistant: Phonics Teaching 09:24
    • 7: SEN Teaching Assistant: Support Health and Safety in Learning Environment 07:53
    • 8: SEN Teaching Assistant: Children and Young People Development 10:49
    • 9: SEN Teaching Assistant: Safeguard for Children and Young People 08:18
    • 10: SEN Teaching Assistant: Counselling 10:44
    • 11: SEN Teaching Assistant: Promoting, Learning, and Development 10:53
    • 12: SEN Teaching Assistant: Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) 09:25
    • 13: SEN Teaching Assistant: Types of Autism Disorder 08:47
    • 14: SEN Teaching Assistant: Autism Causes and Treatments 10:06
    • 15: SEN Teaching Assistant: Diagnosing Autism Disorder 09:13
    • 16: SEN Teaching Assistant: Communication and Autism 06:23
    • 17: SEN Teaching Assistant: Cognitive Functions in Autism 10:57
    • 18: SEN Teaching Assistant: Behaviour Patterns in Autism 10:38
    • 19: SEN Teaching Assistant: Managing Life with Autism 06:33
    • 20: SEN Teaching Assistant: Raising Autism Awareness 10:06
    • 21: SEN Teaching Assistant: Approaches to Autism Intervention 08:43
    • 22: SEN Teaching Assistant: UK Autism Policies 09:44
    • 23: SEN Teaching Assistant: ADHD Programme Overview 01:51
    • 24: SEN Teaching Assistant: ADHD Introduction 07:19
    • 25: SEN Teaching Assistant: Diagnosis of ADHD 05:45
    • 26: SEN Teaching Assistant: ADHD Screening and Diagnostic Scales 02:40
    • 27: SEN Teaching Assistant: The Multidisciplinary Approach for ADHD 07:10
    • 28: SEN Teaching Assistant: Collaborative Models in ADHD 04:35
    • 29: SEN Teaching Assistant: Medical Interventions in ADHD 04:47
    • 30: SEN Teaching Assistant: Behavioural Interventions in ADHD NEW 06:03
    • 31: School and Classroom Strategies for Individuals with ADHD 03:41
    • 32: Academic Strategies And Study Skills for Individuals with ADHD 05:53
    • 33: Management Strategies For Emotional And Social Issues in ADHD 05:46
    • 34: Management of Children vs Adolescents vs Adults with ADHD NEW 04:20
    • 35: SEN Teaching Assistant: Tips For Parents of an ADHD Child 02:32
    • 36: SEN Teaching Assistant: An Overview of Dyslexia 16:02
    • 37: SEN Teaching Assistant: Identification of Dyslexia 12:20
    • 38: SEN Teaching Assistant: Impact of Dyslexia on Learning 13:38
    • 39: SEN Teaching Assistant: Dyslexia _ Other Learning Challenges 09:35
    • 40: SEN Teaching Assistant: Dealing with Dyslexia 09:28
    • 41: SEN Teaching Assistant: Assessment for Dyslexia 08:33
    • 42: SEN Teaching Assistant: Helping Adults with Dyslexia 07:50
    • 43: SEN Teaching Assistant: Dyslexia in The Workplace 14:10
    • 44: SEN Teaching Assistant: Treatment of Dyslexia 12:35
    • 45: SEN Teaching Assistant: Trearment Dyslexic in School 12:14
    • 46: SEN Teaching Assistant: Legal Rights of Dyslexics in The UK 07:26
    • 47: SEN Teaching Assistant: Dyslexia Strengths _ Rewards 07:39
    • 48: SEN Teaching Assistant: Speech _ Language Therapy - unknown 06:00 PDF
    • 49: SEN Teaching Assistant: The Speech and Language Therapy process - unknown 05:00 PDF
    • 50: SEN Teaching Assistant: Speech Disorders - unknown 06:00 PDF
    • 51: SEN Teaching Assistant: Speech _ Language Therapist - unknown 06:00 PDF
    • 52: SEN Teaching Assistant: Study of Communication - unknown 06:00 PDF
    • 53: SEN Teaching Assistant: Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) - unknown 05:00 PDF
    • 54: SEN Teaching Assistant: Speech Therapy Exercises - unknown 05:00 PDF
    • 57: Assignment Instructions 01:00

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Description

Key Modules from SEN Teaching Assistant Diploma:

  • Understanding SEND: Delve into the foundations of special educational needs and disabilities crucial for an SEN Teaching Assistant.

  • SEND Code of Practice - 0 to 25 Years: Explore the legal and practical frameworks guiding SEN Teaching Assistants.

  • An Overview of Teaching Assistant: Review the general role and responsibilities expected of a Teaching Assistant with a focus on SEN.

  • Working in The Classroom: Gain practical strategies for effective classroom management as an SEN Teaching Assistant.

  • Educational Psychology: Apply principles of educational psychology to support diverse learning needs as an SEN Teaching Assistant.

  • Phonics Teaching: Develop phonics teaching skills to enhance reading development, particularly useful for SEN Teaching Assistants.

  • Learn about Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD): Acquire foundational knowledge about ASD for a nuanced approach to support as an SEN Teaching Assistant.

  • Types of Autism: Identify the various manifestations of autism to tailor support as an SEN Teaching Assistant.

  • Symptoms of Autism: Recognise symptoms of autism to provide timely interventions as an SEN Teaching Assistant.

  • Autism Awareness: Promote understanding and best practices in autism support as an SEN Teaching Assistant.

  • Fundamentals of ADHD: Understand the core concepts of ADHD and its impact on learning for an SEN Teaching Assistant.

  • ADHD Management Strategies: Implement effective management strategies for ADHD in the classroom as an SEN Teaching Assistant.

  • Identification of Dyslexia: Learn how to identify signs of dyslexia for targeted teaching support as an SEN Teaching Assistant.

  • Treatment of Dyslexia: Explore treatment and support strategies for dyslexic students as an SEN Teaching Assistant.

  • Teaching Dyslexics: Adapt teaching methods to meet the needs of dyslexic learners as an SEN Teaching Assistant.

  • Speech & Language Therapist: Understand the role of speech and language therapy in supporting communication as an SEN Teaching Assistant.

  • Speech Language Pathologist: Learn about the interventions used by speech-language pathologists that an SEN Teaching Assistant can apply in educational settings.

Other Key Modules of This SEN Teaching Assistant Diploma Include:

  • Counselling
  • Safeguarding
  • Diagnosis of Autism
  • Dealing with Dyslexia
  • And, Many More …

Who is this course for?

This SEN Teaching Assistant Diploma is designed for anyone keen on mastering SEN Teaching Assistant skills. This course is particularly useful for:

  • Teaching Assistant
  • Primary Teaching Assistant
  • EYFS teacher

This SEN Teaching Assistant Diploma will also help you if you choose to further progress your career in the following courses:

  • Level 3 Certificate in SEN Teaching Assistant Practice
  • Level 3 Award in SEN Teaching Assistant Practice
  • Level 2 Certificate in SEN Teaching Assistant Practice
  • Level 2 Award in SEN Teaching Assistant Practice
  • Level 4 Certificate in SEN Teaching Assistant Practice
  • Level 4 Award in SEN Teaching Assistant Practice
  • Level 4 Diploma in SEN Teaching Assistant Practice
  • Level 4 Higher Diploma in SEN Teaching Assistant Practice
  • Level 5 Certificate in SEN Teaching Assistant Practice
  • Level 5 Award in SEN Teaching Assistant Practice
  • Level 5 Diploma in SEN Teaching Assistant Practice
  • Level 5 Higher Diploma in SEN Teaching Assistant Practice
  • Level 6 Certificate in SEN Teaching Assistant Practice
  • Level 6 Award in SEN Teaching Assistant Practice
  • Level 6 Diploma in SEN Teaching Assistant Practice
  • Level 6 Higher Diploma in SEN Teaching Assistant Practice

Requirements

This SEN Teaching Assistant Diploma is open to all.

Career path

  • Classroom Assistant
  • SEN Teachers
  • SEN Teaching Assistant
  • Support Worker

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Certificates

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A regulated qualification is delivered by a learning institution which is regulated by a government body. In England, the government body which regulates courses is Ofqual. Ofqual regulated qualifications sit on the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF), which can help students understand how different qualifications in different fields compare to each other. The framework also helps students to understand what qualifications they need to progress towards a higher learning goal, such as a university degree or equivalent higher education award.

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An endorsed course is a skills based course which has been checked over and approved by an independent awarding body. Endorsed courses are not regulated so do not result in a qualification - however, the student can usually purchase a certificate showing the awarding body’s logo if they wish. Certain awarding bodies - such as Quality Licence Scheme and TQUK - have developed endorsement schemes as a way to help students select the best skills based courses for them.