Postgraduate Certificate SEN/ALN (Autism) PG Cert

The PG Cert SEN/ALN (Autism) is for those who want to become an advanced practitioner in autism by acquiring a relevant qualification. USW's SEN/ALN course offers the only practice-based study of autism in the region and draws a wide range of students from south Wales and the west of England, as well as many international students.

The course is designed for professionals who hold a specialist position in educational, health and care settings, or in the third sector, and is suitable for those who work with children or adults on the spectrum. The PG Cert SEN/ALN (Autism) is of relevance to newly qualified practitioners who are interested in gaining a specialism in autism, and if you are coming from a personal perspective on autism and would like to deepen your knowledge and find out more about current research and relevant theoretical ideas.

PG Cert Award
September Start
Part-time Study Mode
1 years Duration

Entry Requirements For This Course

First degree and/or sufficient relevant experience of autism and evidence of recent study.

The course welcomes international applicants and requires an English level of IELTS 6.0 with a minimum of 5.5 in each component or equivalent.

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