Schools and Colleges

SEND Training

SEND Training:


“I really enjoyed the day, lots of practical ideas. it more than met my expectations and I could have stayed to discuss more.”
(Moorside High School)

SENDISS offers a range of training for Schools and Colleges. All training is completely bespoke, according to your requirements which are discussed in advance and based upon first-hand experience and current research.

Training in all aspects of SEND can be provided, including: differentiation and meeting individual needs, SEN policy & data, dyslexia & dyspraxia, SLCN, Autism, including high functioning autism, EHCPs, exam access arrangements and mathematical learning difficulties.

Training is usually offered in modules of 1 ¼ hours each, which can be delivered as: twilights, half-day or whole-day training.

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Examples of training:

  • - Compliance with JCQ Regulations: Such as JCQ Regulations, the Equality Act 2010 or The SEND Code of Practice 2015.

  • - Differentiation: Aimed at all teachers this training provides practical advice relating to specific difficulties and what can be done in the classroom to remove the barriers to learning.

  • - Preparing for Inspection: With Ofsted/ISI Inspections becoming more rigorous, this training provides practical advice for SENCOs, specialist settings and senior staff, regarding how to ensure your setting is able to comply with current regulations.

  • - Mathematical Learning Difficulties: For SENCOs, head of maths, maths co-ordinators, TAs. Provides details of barriers to mathematical development and successful intervention approaches.

  • - Speech, Language and communication needs: Whole-school training in understanding the impact of language and communication upon the acquisition of skills and knowledge.

  • - High Functioning Autism: Aimed at providing an introduction into how all staff can provide an educational environment for meeting the needs of pupils who experience high functioning autism.

Who is it suitable for?

SENDISS offers practical and accessible training for a range of teaching and non-teaching staff. Whole-school INSET training or small-group workshops can be offered for a maximum of 20 members.

SEND Training is suitable for:

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