CHILDCARE & EARLY YEARS TRAINING COURSE

Level 4 Special Educational Needs and Disability Leadership and Management in Early Years Course

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CHILDCARE & EARLY YEARS COURSE SUMMARY

Level 4 Special Educational Needs and Disability Leadership and Management in Early Years Course

This Level 4 Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) course builds your knowledge and skills in early years leadership and management. You’ll gain a valuable qualification to enhance your employability – while supporting children’s development to help them achieve the best outcomes for them and their families.

  • Qualification – Level 4 Award in Special Educational Needs and Disability Leadership and Management in Early Years
  • Learning style – face-to-face, online and workplace coaching
  • Progression – gain a nationally-recognised qualification to develop your career
  • Duration – 6 months

The ideal training for…

  • Early Years Practitioners
  • SEND Support Mentors
  • Managers and senior staff members

What you’ll learn

On this SEND course you’ll improve your skills and knowledge as a practitioner. You’ll be supported and guided through the course by our trainers while completing written assignments, professional discussion and observation.

Benefits

  • Enrich professional development
  • Manage cohort records
  • Undertake and apply research for improved outcomes

How you’ll learn

The programme combines delivery sessions, support sessions to inspire learning and observation of practice.


The modules you’ll study

  • Leading Effective Practice in the Role of Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCO) with Early Years
  • Evaluate SEND Provision for Effective Practice within Early Years Settings
  • Lead Change to Inform SEND Provision in an Early Years Setting

How you’ll be assessed

You’ll put together a portfolio of evidence of your learning and practice.
 

Entry requirements

You’ll need to be working in an Early Years role.

Career progression

After successfully completing this SEND course, you’ll achieve the Level 4 Award in Special Educational Needs and Disability Leadership and Management in Early Years – demonstrating your enhanced skills and increasing your employability.

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Contact us to find out more about how the programme works and what life is like on an early years apprenticeship.

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