Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) Training - Education Law and Guidance
This course covers the law and guidance relating to Special Educational Needs and disability. The course will also look at the SEND appeal process and tribunal rules, as well as relevant case law. It will include practical case study work and discussion of good practice.
We typically cover the following areas during a full day of 'Special Educational Needs & Disability' training:
SEN Legal Framework and Definitions:
- Code of Practice
- SEN Code of Practice
- Disability Discrimination and the Equality Act 2010
- SEN Statements
Appeals to SEND Tribunal:
- Sources of Law and Guidance
- Who hears a case?
- Who can appeal?
- What can parents appeal about?
- Further tribunal powers
- When to appeal
- What must be included in an appeal
- Registration and LA response
- Before the hearing
- The hearing
- The decision
- Further appeals
We deliver training on this topic as part of our regular Seminars programme each academic term. Please see Training Seminars for more information.
We are also able to offer this topic as Tailored In-House Training, adapted to local issues and your specifications, delivered at your convenience. Please see Tailored Training for more information
Please contact us on 020 8407 5142 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.