Special Educational Needs and Disability Practitioner - Level 2


Start:
September
Location:
Balliol Road Campus
Level:
2

Course Details

The Special Educational Needs and Disability Practitioner - Level 2 course is designed to provide you with an in-depth understanding of the Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) sector.

The course is for those who are wishing to undertake a career in the health, care and/or education of young people and vulnerable adults with additional needs.

The course will enable you to develop knowledge, understanding and skills relevant to working within the sector, in accordance with the Children and Families Act and the SEND Code of Practice.

You will study a range of modules, including:
  • Managing challenging behaviour and communication with in a learning disability setting
  • ADHD
  • Autistic Spectrum Disorder
  • Communication and Social Interaction with People with Autism
  • Developing Communication Skills within a Learning Disability Setting
  • Disability, Society and the Law
  • Travel Training
Special Educational Needs and Disability Practitioner - Level 2
1 year

Please call our Careers Advice team on 0151 353 4444 for more information.

  • Classroom Assistant (SEND Learners)
  • Travel Trainer
  • Work with People within the ASD Spectrum
  • Mental Health Support Worker
  • Support Worker
  • Personal Assistant

Entry Requirements

How much will this course cost me?

Aged 16-18

Free.

Aged 19+

There may be fees associated with this course.

You may be eligible to have some or all of these fees waived by the College, depending on your individual circumstances.

Please call 0151 353 4444 or email enquiries@hughbaird.ac.uk with any queries.

Financial Support (all ages)

You may be eligible to receive financial support for course fees, travel and childcare. Please visit our Student Finance page for more information.

Please call 0151 353 4444 or email enquiries@hughbaird.ac.uk with any queries.

Frequently Asked Questions

Below are some frequently asked questions that we are often asked:

If you are aged 16-18 then the majority of our courses are free for you to study. If you are aged 19+ then there may be fees associated with the course. You may be eligible to have some, or all of these fees waived by the College, depending on your individual circumstances. Visit our Student Finance pages for more information.

You do not have to let a lack of money stop you from coming to Hugh Baird College. We have bursaries and grants in place to help support those students that may find it more difficult to cover the costs of participating in further education, these include help with things such as tuition fees, childcare and travel. Visit our Student Finance pages for more information.

No. We can enrol students from any area. Public transport links are good too, so the College is easy to get to from all across Merseyside.

Please contact our independent Careers Advisors. Call 0151 353 4444 or email careers@hughbaird.ac.uk.