Designed to meet the individual professional development needs of SENCOs in a variety of settings, Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCO) programme at Liverpool John Moores University. programme develops student confidence and competency through extending and enhancing professional expertise. Enthusiastic, expert and highly regarded tutors enable you to: develop practitioner enquiry skills and disseminate findings; review personal professional achievements and development needs and provide evidence of your commitment to development.
Study on this programme prepares you to provide leadership and professional guidance to colleagues and work closely with staff, parents and carers. It challenges you to promote person-centred, inclusive practice in which the interests and needs of pupils with SEN and/or disabilities are at the heart of everything you do.
All newly appointed SENCOs must achieve a National Award in Special Educational Needs Co-ordination within three years of appointment. This programme is therefore central to career progression for all serving SEN Coordinators in Primary and Secondary schools. Its focus on leadership also provides professional development opportunities for those seeking to progress their career in this direction.
- The Role of the SENCO
- Teaching Young People with Special Educational Needs
- Professional Development for Leadership
- 12 months
Start dates & application deadlines
- StartingApplication deadline not specified.
DisciplinesEducation Special Education Educational Psychology View 829 other Masters in Education in United Kingdom
- minimum 2:2 honours degree or recognised equivalent
- a Certificate in Education (post 16) with appropriate professional experience
International15600 GBP/yearTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 15600 GBP per year and a duration of 12 months.
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