Topic outline

  • Upcoming SEN Courses

    Visit our new Learning Management System (LMS) and search to book on any of the courses below using the course title or LMS code provided.

  • Governor Services' Training Courses

    Click the link below to be taken to the Governor Services' course page.  There you'll find info on their annual training programme, termly programmes and how to book on a course via their online booking system. 

  • Take a look at the SEN learning opportunities available to book:

    To search for a specific course, type the course name or the five digit LMS course code in the 'Find Learning' box.

    SEN Update Meetings – multiple dates and venues

    Basingstoke: 21/01/2020
    Eastleigh: 22/01/2020
    Portsmouth: 23/01/2020

    An update on current local and national SEN issues from the HIAS SEN team.  Further details to be provided nearer the date. 

    SENCo - Refresher – 29 January 2020

    The course has been created for experienced SENCos who wish to update their knowledge and understanding of the role and develop their skills to enable them to undertake the role more effectively.

    Utilising the SENCo role to develop high quality inclusive teaching – 06 February 2020

    This course provides the SENCo with a structure to develop class teachers’ confidence to address barriers to learning in their classroom. The course explores the role of professional, collaborative learning communities and how these can be used effectively to develop knowledge and understanding to meet the needs of all pupils.

    Primary Mathematics Special Education Group: Leading and Managing Mathematics in Hampshire – 03 March 2020

    To provide strategic professional development for all staff leading mathematics in their special school or working in a specialist unit attached to a school.  Delegates will be given updates on national and local issues and their impact on work in Primary Special Education and develop and share expertise through local networking.

    SIDNEY (Screening and Intervention for Dyslexia Notably in the Early Years) – 11 March 2020

    On this course, delegates will learn how to screen Year R pupils to select those at risk of future literacy difficulties, and how to administer the SIDNEY programme.