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Welcome to the PgCert the National Award for Special Educational Needs Co-Ordination.
At MMU the award is delivered through a one year programme leading to a Post Graduate Certificate (60 credits). The Units are designed to address and evidence the Learning Outcomes identified in the National College for Teaching and Leadership specifications and will have a strong focus on school based practice and improving outcomes for students with Special Educational Needs/Disability.
The main objective of national SENCO training is to increase the participation of pupils with SEN and/or disabilities and raise their achievement through developing SENCO’s professional attributes and improving their knowledge, understanding and skills (National College for Teaching and Leadership).
The programme is delivered through taught sessions and by specialist and highly experienced Inclusive Practice and SEN tutors. Students are supported by MMU based study support, library induction, a virtual learning facility and regular mentoring and tutorial sessions throughout the programme.
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Your tutors will provide you with reading lists via Moodle when you start. They will explain about items recommended for purchase, essential and further reading.
You can see a preview of the lists for your core units using the following links:
ID cards will be available your first week of study from your nearest Student Hub
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A small number of professional courses have different dates – any variations will be communicated at your induction session.
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