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Online SEND and Teacher CPD courses

Why not join 10,000 schools who've partnered with us to improve the confidence and skills of their teaching team and provide a more inclusive experience for pupils with SEND?

We ensure your team has the right skills at the right time to support all children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) and provide quality first teaching.

Discover why 85% of users rate a significant increase in confidence after completing our courses and talk to us today.

Impact on confidence in overall abilities to meet the needs of pupils with SEND

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* 85% of users rate a significant increase in confidence

Source: LMS 2024

Our courses are developed in partnership with SEND specialists and leading institutions to reflect current evidence-based practice. They provide a secure knowledge of the graduated approach, an understanding of assessment checklists and techniques, a toolkit of interventions to differentiate learning, and a support plan to differentiate and personalise learning.


I thoroughly enjoyed the training. It did give me extra confidence in identifying the dyslexia traits and cater for our pupils' needs. I found the resources and the videos in particular very useful. It was great to hear the parents' and children's views. The tutors were very knowledgeable, helpful and friendly. They responded promptly to any question.
The training has had an impact on outcomes by helping me develop a better understanding on how to help and develop my pupil’s learning especially in communication. It has also given me different activities to try and help them focus more.

Teaching Assistant


To be able to support colleagues and children in my school. Use different strategies for experiences. Be able to understand work life balance.
I feel I've the experience and knowledge to see when a child has dyslexic tendencies but this course has given me support and better understanding. I can see that I've been moving in the right direction but have a better idea of strategies and ideas to implement in the classroom.
I have improved my understanding of ASD and what difficulties children with autism may have. This has helped me to identify the difference between ASD and other disorders. Moreover, learnt that often children can have ASD and Dyslexia or ASD and ADHD and others. Furthermore, I have learnt many strategies to improve my interventions. This has helped me to set my goals to support my student. I have also learnt the importance of the collaborative partnership between the parents and the school.

Other Position


The Dyslexia training has given me an in depth and better understanding of a recognised learning difference, and I feel that when it is used in practice with students showing sign of dyslexic tendencies, the outcome can be a positive one. Using the strategies and resources mentioned throughout the course, it gives a clear idea of the different ways a student can be supported, and achieve their potential despite having a learning difference.
I have become more aware of children' s difficulties and what interventions you could use for them.
I am currently working with two children who suffer with severe anxiety, this course has enabled me to build on existing skills and strategies I have in place. Improving my classroom/ teaching practice. A valuable course, thank you.

Teaching Assistant

Attachment and Trauma

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