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SEN Teaching Assistant (SENCO) Course: High-Quality Teaching for Pupils with SEN

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1.8 hours · Self-paced
No formal qualification
10 CPD hours / points
  • Digital certificate - Free
  • Reed Courses Certificate of Completion - Free
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The SEN Teaching Assistant (SENCO) Course stands as a pivotal asset in today's educational landscape, addressing the growing necessity for specialized support in inclusive classrooms. With an increasing awareness of diverse learning needs, this course becomes indispensable for educators seeking to create inclusive environments.

In the UK, where demand for SEN Teaching AssistantSENCOs is robust due to legal mandates ensuring inclusive education, mastering this course opens doors to abundant job opportunities. Salaries for SEN Teaching Assistant SENCOs in the UK average around £25,000 to £35,000 annually, reflecting the importance and demand for their expertise.

Undertaking the SEN Teaching Assistant (SENCO) Course equips individuals with crucial skills in understanding and catering to diverse learning needs, behavior management techniques, and collaborative approaches. Moreover, it offers a profound understanding of legal frameworks and strategies for effective communication with stakeholders.

Ultimately, mastering this SEN Teaching Assistant (SENCO) course not only enhances career prospects but also fosters a rewarding path of facilitating inclusive education, making a tangible difference in the lives of students with special educational needs.

Key Features

This SEN Teaching Assistant (SENCO) Course Includes:

  • This SEN Teaching Assistant (SENCO) Course is CPD Certified
  • Free Certificate from Reed
  • CIQ Approved SEN Teaching Assistant (SENCO) Course
  • Developed by Specialist
  • Lifetime Access


Digital certificate

Digital certificate - Included

Reed Courses Certificate of Completion

Digital certificate - Included

Will be downloadable when all lectures have been completed.


10 CPD hours / points
Accredited by CPD Quality Standards


1h 46m

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Course Curriculum

SEN Teaching Assistant Course:

  • Module 01: Overview of Special Educational Needs (SEN)
  • Module 02: Support for Special Educational Needs (SEN)
  • Module 03: Delivering High-Quality Teaching for Students with SEN
  • Module 04: Methodologies for Teaching Students with SEN
  • Module 05: Communication and Interaction Needs
  • Module 06: Cognitive and Learning Challenges
  • Module 07: Difficulties in Social, Emotional, and Mental Health
  • Module 08: Sensory or Physical Needs
  • Module 09: Collaborative Work in Partnership for SEN Support

Learning Outcomes

  • Demonstrate understanding of various Special Educational Needs (SEN).
  • Implement effective support strategies for pupils with SEN.
  • Apply high-quality teaching methods tailored to SEN students.
  • Utilise diverse methodologies to address SEN learning challenges.
  • Identify and address specific needs in communication and interaction.
  • Collaborate efficiently for SEN support in a partnership environment.

Who is this course for?

This SEN Teaching Assistant (SENCO) course is accessible to anyone eager to learn more about this topic. Through this course, you'll gain a solid understanding of SEN Teaching Assistant (SENCO). Moreover, this course is ideal for:

  • Teaching assistants seeking specialised knowledge in SEN support.
  • Educators aiming to enhance their teaching skills of SEN Teaching Assistant.
  • Individuals aspiring to work with students facing learning challenges.
  • Professionals interested in addressing social, emotional, and mental health issues.
  • Those looking to collaborate effectively in a SEN support partnership.


There are no requirements needed to enrol into this SEN Teaching Assistant (SENCO) course. We welcome individuals from all backgrounds and levels of experience to enrol into this SEN Teaching Assistant (SENCO) course.

Career path

After finishing this SEN Teaching Assistant (SENCO) course you will have multiple job opportunities waiting for you. Some of the following Job sectors of SEN Teaching Assistant (SENCO) are:

  • SEN Teaching Assistant
  • Learning Support Assistant
  • Behaviour Support Worker
  • Inclusion Coordinator
  • Educational Support Worker
  • SEN Outreach Worker

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