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Who is it for?
SENCo and Inclusion Co-ordinators new to their jobs. Maintained nursery units and nursery schools may also access this training.
To understand the roles and responsibilities of a SENCo or Inclusion Co-ordinator for early years in a PVI or maintained setting.
To develop confidence in your role as SENCo.
To understand and be able to implement the Code of Practice 2015, the requirements and guidelines for early years practice for children with SEN and disabilities.
To understand and be able to implement the Northamptonshire Descriptors for children with SEN and disabilities.
This course is for SENCo or Inclusion co-ordinators new to post in early years settings including maintained nursery units and nursery schools. It aims to enable SENCo or Inclusion co-ordinator to understand their roles and responsibilities and the statutory duties of the SENCo or Inclusion co-ordinator in an early years setting. It is an expectation that practitioners attend all sessions and will receive a certificate of attendance at the end.
This course is pitched at a level three qualification due to the previous knowledge, skills and understanding that participants will need.
There is an expectation that the SENCo or Inclusion co-ordinator will complete a gap task and short assignment involving working with a member of staff within the setting between the initial two day training and the follow up session. Participants will be required to document and feedback on how they collaborated with a member of staff to support the best outcomes for a child with an additional need or at risk of delay.
This course is pitched at a level three qualification due to the previous knowledge, skills and understanding that participants will need. It is recommended that the delegate has a level 3 qualification that is full and relevant to early years in order to access the course. This is a 2 and a half-day course and there is an expectation that practitioners attend all sessions.