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Improving SEND Practice

Enhance your practice in supporting students with SEND.

"Very engaging. Really brought the subject to life. The practical advice will be so useful."

Roch CP School


CPD Certified  

6 Hours  |  Live, interactive online training

Suitable for all teaching staff 

Payable by invoice  |  14 day payment terms

Who should take this course?

This course will empower all staff working in primary, secondary and SEND settings to develop the skills to support children with SEND in class. 


This training will cover practical advice and guidance from industry expert trainers who have previously advised Local Authorities nationwide.


Providing an inclusive learning experience within your classroom that often includes multiple needs can be a challenging and daunting experience for practitioners. This course is designed to equip practitioners with the strategies to embed in their day-to-day practice. Secure your space now if you are currently working as a:

  • Teacher

  • SEND Teacher

  • Teaching Assistant 

  • Key Worker

  • HLTA

  • Early Years Professional

Did you know...

1.5 million children in England have a diagnosis of SEND.

That's 16.5% of school-aged children, or five children per classroom.

According to a 2020 survey by the Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL), over 70% of UK teachers have reported feeling unprepared when teaching children with SEND.

Here's What You'll Learn


Gain a greater understanding of a range of special education needs and what is meant by the term ‘additional needs’.

Improving SEND Practice
Key Factors

Delve into the key factors that influence a child's social, emotional, and educational development within the context of special education needs. Understand the interplay between cognitive abilities, social interactions, self-regulation, and the learning environment. Explore how additional needs can impact a child's overall development and identify strategies to support their holistic growth.

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Expert Support

Acquire practical knowledge and skills to effectively support children with special education needs. Explore evidence-based approaches, interventions, and strategies tailored to meet the unique needs of children with SEND. Learn how to create inclusive and differentiated learning environments, provide individualized support, and foster positive relationships with children and their families. Develop an understanding of the legal and ethical considerations involved in supporting children with SEND.

Improving SEND Practice

Expand your professional development and take away a range of practical strategies to embed into your day-to-day practice.

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Gain Insight

Gain insights into effective collaboration with parents, specialists, and other professionals to create a holistic support network for children with additional needs.

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Safe in the hands of the experts...

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Gain expert advice and guidance from industry experts trusted by Local Authorities nationwide...

At Milestone Education, your training is always led by an experienced education professional in your chosen subject.


Our team is made up of educators and practitioners with a wealth of knowledge and real-world experience in safeguarding, leadership, and management, among other areas. They hold Degrees, Masters, and PhDs in their field, and are passionate about sharing their knowledge to improve teacher retention and benefit all children.

Our interactive and engaging learning experience ensures you get the most from your training, with feedback and questions welcomed.


Choose Milestone Education to invest in your professional development with the best educators in the industry.

See why education professionals all over the UK 
are using Milestone Education as their chosen Training Provider

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Very Engaging.

Craig Stringer

Roch CP School


"There was so much in the course that will be useful, both to myself and colleagues. As a school, our focus currently is Oracy, and the opening of the presentation helped me to focus on exactly where I need to focus activities and support. But the practical advice later, will be so useful for colleagues who are developing children's ability to communicate, regardless of ability.


The presenter, Sara, was very engaging, and clearly passionate about children and learning. having sat through so many zoom courses, and feeling a passenger, Sara really brought the subject to life and I felt fully engaged."

Ready to become a more inclusive practitioner?

Book your space on this course for fast results and lasting impact.

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