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IPSEA Training update

(7 Posts)
SallyBear Wed 28-Aug-13 13:37:04


MovingForward0719 Thu 29-Aug-13 20:35:43

Fab thanks. I like the look of the online training.

Summerhasloaded Thu 29-Aug-13 21:05:08

I've just started the first module of the e-learning course and it's quite challenging

Anyone else doing or planning to do it?

MovingForward0719 Thu 29-Aug-13 22:04:15

How does it work then. Do they test your knowledge?! I would like to do it, my son is starting special school after 2 years in ms. Wish I had done it two years ago. Would like the knowledge and hopefully give me bit more confidence moving forward.

Summerhasloaded Thu 29-Aug-13 22:16:51

As mentioned earlier, I've only just started. The first section of module one consists of 10 questions with multiple choice answers. Each question outlines a case/scenario and you have to decide whether the child in question has sen, SN, can be supported by school, or needs an SA, etc; there is a reference list of links on the page to refer to. The next section was questions on the law. I haven't attempted this yet.

I wonder if this course is similar to the one IPSEA volunteers go on.

StarlightMcKenzie Fri 30-Aug-13 16:25:40

I suspect it is similar. I started an NAS volunteer one (my dad then became terminally ill) and it sounds very similar.

TOWIELA Sat 31-Aug-13 16:44:14

Thanks for the link. The modules look to be very useful - I have a feeling I'm going to need the Annual Review one at some point.

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