What will I learn?
This course identifies the role and responsibilities of a SENCO and Behavioural Support Lead. Attendees will work together to develop knowledge through case studies and legal requirements to identify their role in leading an effective culture which meets the individual needs of children with SEND and behavioural support needs.
Who should attend this course
Supporting children’s individual needs is the responsibility of all professionals who care for them. Meeting these needs will involve meeting children’s individual behavioral support needs and or SEND needs. You should attend this course if you lead a team who care for and/ or teach children within a professional setting which includes leading at a school or leading within a role where staff have contact with children and young people in the course of your work, whether in the statutory or voluntary sector.
This course is ideal for
All professionals with lead roles with Behaviour support and SENCO responsibilities in their setting, which includes:
Head of Years, Childminders, Social Workers, Health Care Professionals, Youth/Activity Workers, Leaders, After School Leaders and Sports Coaches
How to support staff in meeting the behavioural and SEND needs of children
Legal SEND definitions
How to support staff and parents
The role and responsibility of the SENCO in supporting families, children and staff in meeting children’s behavioural and SEND needs
The impact transitions can have on children’s behaviour
SEND & Behaviour Management Co-Ordinator Combined - England and Wales at Bristol Bradley Stoke