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    Become a nasen member today!

    Sign up for a nasen membership and provide all your teachers with access to useful practical SEND resources CPD and information at the click of a button.

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    Youth Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) training

    A two day training course for anyone working with, or caring for, children and young people - limited places available!

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    nasen Awards 2019

    Submit your nominations today!

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    SEND Casework Award - book your place!

    This award provides training and accreditation for staff working on the frontline of SEND. Come and attend our training sessions in either Manchester,Nottingham or London.

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    NPQSL - SEND Leadership Programme

    nasen’s SEND Leadership Programme – gain a National Professional Qualification for Senior Leadership (NPQSL)

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    Join nasen at the Tes SEN Show

    nasen will be exhibiting at the Tes SEN Show on 4-5 October 2019. Register FREE now to make the most of insightful sessions, innovative exhibitors and unmissable networking opportunities.

What's new at nasen


Opportunity to become a MAT SEND Reviewer

NEWS - 17 Jul 2019

The Whole School SEND Consortium is part of a growing community of practice committed to improving provision and outcomes for children and young people with SEND. The work of the consortium is based on the principle that the knowledge and expertise needed to develop the workforce already exists in the system and that knowledge exchange can occur through effective collaboration.

nasen launch membership consultation survey

NEWS - 16 Jul 2019

We are delighted to confirm the launch of our membership consultation survey and we would love to receive your feedback.

Exciting tender opportunity available

NEWS - 08 Jul 2019

As the leading organisation supporting education professionals with SEND, nasen maintains an exacting standard of quality and is trusted by the sector.

Guidance on reducing the need for restraint and restrictive intervention is published

NEWS - 08 Jul 2019

This guidance is for health and social care services and special education settings, and is aimed at those who work with children and young people with learning disabilities, autistic spectrum conditions and mental health difficulties.