SEND Code of Practice

Train Me Now Ltd, T/A NoodleNow! Terms and Conditions

Under no legal theory and under no circumstances, with the company or any of its shareholders, directors, telesales, sales reps, course writers, course creators, employees, third party content providers, any person connected with the company or the Train Me Now offices and buildings, be liable for any damages, including incidental, consequential, punitive, indirect, special damages of any kind, including without limitation, individual users/departments actions as a response to any course content, damages for cessation of work, computer/technical device breakdown or malfunction, loss of goodwill, loss of technical data, loss of productivity and output, loss of contract or all and any other commercial losses or damages.

NoodleNow! course content relates to the Early Years Statutory Framework for England. Please note, that Scotland and Wales have different statutory frameworks with specific requirements and procedures.

We cannot accept responsibility for any omissions of any practitioner having read the course and being negligent in any way.

Our SEND Code of Practice Course explores the document, SEND Code of Practice: 0 to 25 years, to provide a greater understanding for early years practitioners. It includes the aims and principles, the Equality Act 2010, the four key areas, EHC plans and the role of the practitioner. 

We maintain the validity of our courses, including changes to legislation, policies and procedures, by ensuring the training material is up to date.

This course contains public sector information licensed under the Open Government Licence v3.0.

Individual Course
£15.00 + VAT

The Training

By the end of this course, learners should understand:

  • why the document, Special Educational Needs and Disability Code of Practice: 0 to 25 years (2014), was written; policies and procedures 
  • the relevant sections of The Equality Act 2010 
  • the aims of the document in terms of early years providers and practitioners 
  • the four areas of special educational needs 
  • Education, Health and Care Plans (EHC) to achieve closer collaboration of services 
  • the Local Offer 
  • the role of the early years practitioner 
  • the role of the reception teacher 

Final Test

Once you have completed the online training, you will be able to take the final test.

  • There are 10 questions.
  • The pass rate is 80%.
  • You can take the test as many times as you need.

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Duration

The entire course and test should take approximately one hour. You can claim 1 CPD hour towards your professional development. 

This course is certificated on completion. The length of time you take is entirely dependent on how quickly you can study and absorb the information. Remember, it’s important to learn the content and not to rush through the course. Please do take notes during these courses. 

Certification

This course has been accredited by the CPD Certification Service as conforming to the universally accepted Continuous Professional Development Guidelines. On successful completion, you can download or print your certificates from the learner management system.