What’s new on the revised SEND programme?


As you may already be aware, from this September you will be able to study on our newly revised SEND programme.

During the past five years, since we first introduced our SEND programme, a whopping 789 students have been awarded their Postgraduate Certificates, 19 have gained the Postgraduate Diploma and a further 43 have gained their Masters through Real Training and Middlesex University.

We have loved working with all the education professionals completing our courses and we are very proud of what we have achieved together. This is why we have recently reviewed and revised the programme – we want to make sure it continues to meet the ever-changing demands of the education sector in the UK and also internationally.

With our new strengthened programme, you could graduate with one of ten Postgraduate Certificate awards (some of which are new), a Postgraduate Diploma in SEND or a Master of Education (MEd) in SEND. In partnership with Dyslexia Action, we are also pleased to be able to offer a MEd Professional Practice in Dyslexia and Literacy.

To see a full list of the awards and modules available in the revised programme, please take a look at our dedicated SEND programme web page and get in touch if you have any queries. In particular, make sure you have a look at our brand new modules:

Evidence and Pedagogy for Inclusion (available to start in September 2018)
International Award in SEN Coordination (available to start in September 2018)
Cognition & Learning (available to start in January 2019)
Psychology for Education (available to start in January 2019)

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