Masters in Education (MEd) SEND and Inclusion programme at Real Training - UCAS

Real Training

Degree level: Postgraduate

Masters in Education (MEd) SEND and Inclusion programme (Taught)

Course summary

Our SEND and Inclusion programme enables you to achieve a PostGraduate Certificate, PostGraduate Diploma, or the full Masters of Education by studying a variety of modules to enhance your understanding of Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND). Tailor your programme of study to suit your interests and your setting’s particular needs with our wide range of skills and knowledge modules, such as Autism Spectrum Conditions, Speech, Language and Communications Needs, and more! Whether you’d like to gain a PGCert, a PGDip, or the full MEd SEND and Inclusion, we can help you to achieve a highly respected qualification through flexible study that works around you. Start dates: 15 May, or 15 September. Key benefits

  • Bring expertise in-house and save money.
  • Develop practical skills, tutored by experienced professionals.
  • Access a wealth of practical resources, academic research and interactive materials to support you.
  • Develop your confidence to support the most vulnerable and complex children in your school effectively.
  • Start implementing improvements to provision and practice from the start of the course by following our practice-led learning approach.
Time required to complete this course: Most delegates tend to complete the programme within 3-5 years. It usually takes a year to complete a module, however some delegates will choose to study 2 modules at a time. Eligibility criteria


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Assessment method

You will need to produce: Pre- and post-course self-assessment of skills, knowledge, and confidence. Continuous self-evaluation via questionnaires. Written contributions to collaborative discussion. Activities and submissions which will be evaluated by your tutor. Written case studies, projects, reflections and critiques related to the topic of your chosen module. Where indicated by your tutor, you may submit multimedia resources that you have produced within your applied practice as part of your final portfolio of evidence.

Qualified teacher status (QTS)

To work as a teacher at a state school in England or Wales, you will need to achieve qualified teacher status (QTS). This is offered on this course for the following level:

  • Course does not award QTS

Entry requirements

You will need to hold an undergraduate degree. You will need to be working in an educational setting for this programme. If you aren’t currently working in an educational setting you will need written permission from a senior member of staff to regularly access a setting.

Fees and funding

Tuition fees

No fee information has been provided for this course

Additional fee information

We offer a flexible range of fees to suit your finances. Please refer to the module pages to see the cost of each individual module. The cost of a PGCert with Real Training (made up of 60 credits) varies, typically you could expect it to cost between £2,495 + VAT and £2,990 + VAT. The cost of a PGDip with Real Training (made up of 120 credits) varies. Typically, two 30 credit modules and one 60 credit module will cost approximately £5,485 + VAT. The cost of a Master of Education in SEND and Inclusion (MEd SEND and Inclusion) with Real Training (made up of 180 credits) varies. Typically, four modules (of 30 credits each) and the obligatory Enquiry-Based Practice module will cost £8,475 + VAT.
Masters in Education (MEd) SEND and Inclusion programme at Real Training - UCAS