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Allied to working with mental health and medical professionals as part of the teacher’s duty of care, there are training options available to empower educators with practical skills and knowledge to help make a positive difference to students’ scholastic and life outcomes. Real Training offers a masters module in Social, Emotional and Mental Health Needs as part of our MEd SEND programme.
Dyslexia Awareness Week (DAW) will take place from Monday 1st to Sunday 7th October 2018. The theme this year being #21stCentury Dyslexia that spotlights assistive technology and looks to a future that embraces the positives of neurodiversity. Join us at the BDA to make this the best Dyslexia Awareness Week ever and share with us what you are doing for #21stCenturyDyslexia. To find out more and download packs go to: https://www.bdadyslexia.org.uk/fundraising/dyslexia-awareness-week
All qualified access arrangements professionals are invited to attend the free JCQ regulations update. Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org to gain access to this free course.
For those who registered for our free Access Arrangements Update Course, we wanted to update you on progress, so you can be assured that you will have all the information you need in good time to undertake access arrangements for the year ahead with complete confidence. Our programme leaders Sophia and Louise are currently putting the finishing touches to the course, which will be available for you to access next week.
Keep up-to-date with the new JCQ regulations free of charge. Real Training is going to be offering a free-to-access update, available to all qualified access arrangements professionals. This will take the form of a detailed webinar, hosted by our experts, giving you full details on the changes implemented this year and discussing potential challenges, interpretations and scenarios. Register to access the course.
We've been informed by the DfE that a hiatus on funding is about to take effect. So if you want to benefit from a government-funded NPQ, you need to enrol by 12 September. Check if your school is within a DfE opportunity area - and as such you should be eligible for a fully-funded NPQ course.
Come and meet Real Training and Dyslexia Action teams at events in London, Kent, Glasgow and Abu Dhabi this October and November
We are excited to be attending several events across the UK and even further and we wanted to write about our events calendar for the Autumn/Winter term. We hope to see you at one of these events to answer any questions you may have on our new or established courses.
We’ve created a new international version of our hugely popular National Award in SEN Coordination tailored to the needs and circumstances of international schools, based in the UK and overseas. This new iSenco qualification differs in several ways, to make it ideal for those not based in UK mainstream state school settings.
We would like to invite you to contribute your research to the International Journal of Nurture in Education. The committee welcomes papers exploring themes related nurture in education, the effectiveness of nurture groups, whole-school approaches to nurture and related subjects. For further information, please access our website. Deadline for submission: 30 Sept 2018
Following our recent summer graduation ceremony at Middlesex University, we spoke with some of our graduates on their experiences of studying at Masters level, from their hopes and aspirations through to their advice to peers thinking about making the leap into the world of study once more.