NASC is now a requirement for working as a SENCO, so make sure you have the right qualifications for your career. We enable new and experienced SENCOs to enhance provisions and outcomes for all children, focusing on those with special educational needs or disabilities. SENCOs become knowledgeable, confident leaders of change within their settings who have developed and practised skills, challenged their own thinking and practices, formed strong professional networks of support within the course and are able to devise, implement and evaluate provision to enhance the outcomes for the children in their care.
Our courses take into account the Children and Families Act (2014) and SEND Code of Practice. With well over 500 SENCOs successfully completing the course, you can trust that our expert teaching team and innovative online activities are of the highest calibre. Our staff are former SENCOs themselves and are passionate about the value of what they do, bringing a wide range of experience to help enhance your studies further. You'll form strong professional networks of support that will help you forge a successful career as a fully qualified SENCO.