This online course gives you the flexibility to complete your training at the time that is best for you. Start, pause, return, complete! Meaning you always have access to the information and resources.
This course is designed for professionals working with individuals with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND).
'A Special Kind of Grief Introductory Course' provides information and advice on how we can best support individuals with SEND with the issues of bereavement, grief and loss.
The course also covers how we personally manage the death of pupils and the demands of working with grieving individuals.
The course is informal, varied and interactive in its delivery - it's made up of videos, audio recordings, visuals, text and activities to help you reflect on your own practice and think about possible changes for the future.
This course takes approximately 90 minutes to complete.
Students of the 'A Special Kind of Grief Introductory Course' are
encouraged to interact with the author, Sarah Helton (via social media and email) with any thoughts and questions. Sarah also hosts a FREE monthly support session for professionals who work with bereaved and grieving individuals with SEND. For further details click here.
Upon the completion of the course students receive a certificate via email.
Once you have paid for this course you will be emailed enrolment instructions (within 24 hours).
I loved the course, so useful and informative. Lovely to participate in a course which is specific to SEND. The videos were so emotional too. - Teaching Assistant from a Special School
Please note -
If a school or SEND organisation would like access to this course for multiple staff members please contact BackPocketTeacher to discuss the price and access arrangements.
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