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 of the training and is based upon first-hand experience and current research.

Training in all aspects of SEND can be provided, including: differentiation, 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.

All training can be tailored to your individual specification and the needs of your staff. Please contact for me details:

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Examples of training:

  • - Compliance with JCQ Regulations: JCQ Regulations are updated every year. This training provides up-to-date information to enable settings to meet their statutory obligations.

  • - 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.

  • - Dyspraxia/Developmental Coordination Disorder: How to identify and manage children and young people with dyspraxia across your setting.

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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