Role of the SENDCo

Target audience

Practitioners new to the role of SENDCo (PVI).

About this course

This course provides an opportunity to explore the role of the SENDCo in an early years setting and the SEND Code of Practice with reference to early years provision.

Date, time and venue

Date Time Venue
6 March 2024 13.30 - 16.30 Microsoft Teams (Online)
18 June 2024 13.30 - 16.30 Mansfield Woodhouse Children's Centre (North)

Course tutor

Early Years Specialist Teachers


The following costs will apply to this training course:

  • £30

Courses are payable by credit or debit card at the time of booking, please follow the instructions on Eventbrite – invoices will not be sent for these courses


March 6th Book online using Eventbrite

June 18th Book online using Eventbrite


Further course information


  • To explore the broader role of the SENDCo in settings as key to early identification and intervention for SEND children
  • Explore elements of the Code of Practice for SEND and with reference to Early Years provision.

By the end of the course practitioners will have:

  • An awareness and understanding of the code of practice and how this links to current policies, procedures and practice
  • Confidence to lead and support other practitioners in your setting
  • An awareness of local and national agencies and an understanding of multi-agency working

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