SEND Casework Award - Manchester
EVENT - 15 May - 13 December 2019
This Award is the only on-the-job training and accreditation written specifically for those directly involved in SEND casework. To date more than 50 local authorities and 375 candidates nationally have participated in the Award. Please be aware that this training is subject to a sufficient minimum number of delegates, and may be cancelled if the minimum isn't reached. Should we have to cancel the event, the cost of the training will be refunded.
For block bookings of 5 or more people please contact the office on 01827311500 or by email
Established more than 10 years ago, a new version of the casework award will be available through nasen. This BTEC is a unique course designed for those working in a local authority SEND service or information advice and support service. Candidates will be managing, co-ordinating or supporting the co-production with children, young people, parents and/or carers of the education, health and care needs assessment process. A key feature of the programme is that it provides professional accreditation of work-based knowledge and skills, within the context of the 2014 SEND reforms. The course will continue to be led by Ian Palmer.
Proposed Course Dates
|Day 1||Day 2||Day 3||Day 4|
|29th January 2019||15th May 2019||26th September 2019||13th December 2019|
The course content covers all of the technical and legal aspects of SEND assessment, review and coordination process, with particular reference to the Code of Practice (2015), and the interpersonal, communication and selfmanagement skills required by staff for effective and excellent professional practice.
Delegates can expect to receive an email prior to the date of the first workshop containing further details including venue, times etc.