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The standard annual fee for full-time UK and EU students enrolling in 2016 is £9,000 per year.

The service aims to support parents or carers and children and young people through the successes and difficulties of their child's education. We aim to assist parents or carers and children and young people to feel confident in:

Integrated Services Specialist Support consisting of seven specialist teams:

1. The role of the SENCO: the professional context and pupil learning (MAED 4049) 2. The role of the SENCO: meeting children’s needs in partnership (MAED 4050) 3. The role of the SENCO: leadership, change and impact (MAED 4051).

Tuition fees for international (non-EU) students enrolling in 2017 will be confirmed soon.

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In 2014 the Children and Families Act reformed Special Educational Needs (SEN) legislation, because Government believed that the old system was failing children and their families.

A variety of assessments will be used including essays, reviews, projects, group and individual presentations and the making of resources, individual research, many of which will enhance your IT skills.

If you have further questions about the NASENCO please contact the Course Leader Seán Bracken - s.bracken@worc.ac.uk

MAED4051 investigates how best to use your professional SENCo role to lead and manage change in the current fast changing climate. You will be provided with skills to identify and prioritise change agendas and to critically evaluate their impacts. The module highlights how data can be gathered, interpreted and used collaboratively to drive positive change for children and young people with special educational needs.

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This course enables students to undertake research in the field of inclusive education, to learn to think critically about policy and practice in special educational needs and to be advocates for equality and entitlement.

In order to fulfil our aims we are able to offer the following services:

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The standard annual fee for full-time UK and EU students enrolling in 2017 will be no more than £9,250, subject to approval by Parliament.

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The standard fees for part-time UK and EU students enrolling on this course in 2017 will be no more than £1,156 per 15-credit module, £1,542 per 20 credit module and £2,313 per 30-credit module, subject to approval by Parliament.

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The PG Cert. Education (Special Educational Needs Coordination) (NASENCO) is worth 60 level 7 (Masters level) credits and is equivalent to one third of a Masters degree. Once you have completed the NASENCO, you can transfer your credits into the MA Education (Special and Inclusive Education) or the MA Education with the University of Worcester. Contact cpdeducation@worc.ac.uk for more information.

Worcestershire County Council has a multi-disciplinary team of professionals providing a wealth of support to children and young people with special educational needs.

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Worcestershire County Council is working with partners to develop a clear, transparent Local Offer of services for all children and young people with additional needs, which will include local information, advice, support and mechanisms for review. It is also in the process of identifying services to be provided through a personal budget and developing the market of provision.

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If you gain a 2.1 degree or above you will be guaranteed an interview for Primary PGCE Initial Teacher Education at the University of Worcester provided you meet the National pre-requisites for the course.

The standard annual fee for full-time international (non-EU) students enrolling in 2016 is £11,400 per year.

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Do you have an interest in special educational needs? Would you like to work in a special educational needs role across services which support children, young people and families? Would you like the opportunity to work in a multidisciplinary way with nurses, social workers and mental health nurses?

In November 2015, NASENCO provision at the University of Worcester was recognised as attaining the peer generated Quality Standards Framework and is therefore registered as provider on the NASEN portal

We are delighted to welcome students from all around the world.

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The course offered at the University is distinctive because:

Participants also report significant impact of the course on their learners, their schools and on their own practice.

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MAED4049 extends your understanding of the SENCo role. This module provides you with and understanding of, and an engagement with, the complexity of current policy, legal and professional contexts. It provides you with the professional capacity to identify, assess and provide for children with special educational needs within your setting.