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This course is designed with the aim of developing your understanding of Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEN/D), both in terms of recognising and responding to children’s individual needs and in recognising an effective, systematic approach to multi-disciplinary working. The course will primarily focus on the Early Years (0-5 years age group).

This short course will also explore what is meant by an enabling environment and what reasonable adjustments might be made to an environment in order to meet the individual needs of a child and/or their family.  

The course has been developed to allow you to work through the online content in your own time and then attend the weekly workshops where you will have the opportunity to participate in activities and discussions to bring the content to life.

Important: To access this course, you’ll need to enrol:[

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Key InformationPoints300Effort42 hoursPrerequisitesnoneRelease Date05/06/2024
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Michelle Noble – Course Leader

Catherine Lynch – Pastoral Support

Catherine is able to support with any signposting to wider University resources and services, such as Disability Service, Careers and Study Skills. For support directly about subject content, please speak to the course leaders first.

Mair Bull – Programme Leader