PGCiPP: WPLD - SEN Policy and Practice

PGCiPP: Workplace Learning Development (SEN Policy and Practice)

This postgraduate certificate has been designed for students who wish to accredit their leadership development in special educational needs and disability policy and practice in the workplace. It is designed to support those who either have, or who are aspiring to a leadership role in special educational needs and disability (SEND) provision.

All students will be required to undertake the Core taught element and undertake a Workplace Learning Development Project on an aspect of SEND provision in the workplace. It is a part-time programme and students attend for one day each month across an academic year. The programme starts in September and February. Successful completion of the programme enables you to gain 60 M level credits which can contribute to further M level studies to achieve a Masters qualification.

The module encourages students to:

  • engage in learning about leadership in SEND policy and practice at postgraduate level;
  • analyse and reflect on workplace practices in SEND provision and inclusive practice
  • identify, explore and research a professional challenge or topic in SEND provision and inclusive practice;
  • develop a research approach to SEND provision in the workplace, and
  • develop professional leadership skills and attributes in SEND policy and practice through reflection and action learning.

Please contact

Administrator
Email: MEdu@chi.ac.uk  
Tel: 01243 812045

or

Diana Seach: Principal Lecturer in Special Education
Email: d.seach@chi.ac.uk
Tel: 01243 812178