SEND Supported offers a range of training courses which can either be delivered in school or offered as individual delegate training at SEND Supported in Warwick. Training can be delivered in full day, half day or twilight sessions. This year's Free NQT programme includes sessions on Autism, Sensory Processing Differences and Memory & Processing Skills. All delegate based training courses are displayed on the What's On pages of this website.
Delegate based training courses
The Emscote Centre
Warwick CV34 5JB
FREE NQT Autism Awareness: Supporting pupils with autism
This course is aimed at Newly Qualified Teachers and helps them have a greater awareness of the Autism Spectrum; understand the challenges experienced by learners with ASC; know some strategies and approaches to promote inclusion, equality and progress; and have shared ideas and experience with other each other.Find Out More
FREE NQT Sensory Processing Differences
This course is aimed at Newly Qualified Teachers and helps them have a better understanding of sensory processing differences and associated barriers to learning; and provides strategies to promote progress in the classroom.Find Out More
FREE Secondary SEMH Training
This course will provide an overview and understanding of the latest developments, and up to date resources, available to schools to support the social emotional and mental health needs of KS3 and KS4 students.Find Out More
School based training courses
Delivered as whole school training, departmental workshops or as training to staff working to support an individual pupil. In addition to the courses listed below, SEND Supported offers bespoke training packages tailored to the individual needs of your staff and students.
Girls on the Spectrum
This course is designed for all adults who work in an educational setting, to raise awareness of how girls present with autism. It provides an overview of co-occurring conditions together with strategies to support girls in school.Find Out More
Autism in the Workplace
Autism affects the way people communicate and experience the world around them. Approximately 1 in 100 people in the UK has a diagnosis of autism but many adults have never been diagnosed. This presentation will explore the characteristics of autism and how they may show in the work place. In order to value the contributions these colleagues make in their roles, we will consider how best to support them.Find Out More
Autism and Anxiety
Anxiety can be a hidden aspect of autism. Pupils may mask their struggles while navigating the mounting pressures of social, communication and sensory aspects of the school day – only to arrive home in a fragile state of high anxiety. Find out how you can better understand these challenges and promote inclusion, equality and progress at school.Find Out More
Please contact SEND Supported if you would like to find out more about Training Courses.