Certificate Course

Individualised Education Planning for Children with SEN

Before funding: $1,404
After funding: $421.20*
Duration: 3-day course / 16 hours
Subsequent runs available

Upcoming run:

  • 7 Aug 2023: Access to Pre-course E-learning module is provided
  • 15 Aug 2023: 9am – 1.30 pm  (Live online learning via Zoom)
  • 16 Aug 2023: 9am – 1.30 pm  (Live online learning via Zoom)
  • 17 Aug 2023: 9am – 1pm  (In-class session + In-class written test)
  • 17 Aug – 29 Sept 2023 – 5-week Practicum (Take-home Written Assessment)
  • 2 Oct 2023: 9.30am – 5.30pm (Final Assessment: Option of in-class session or via Zoom)

Subsequent runs:
Register your interest for subsequent runs here and we will notify you when registration opens

  • 29 Jan 2024: Access to Pre-course E-learning module is provided 
  • 6 Feb 2024: 9am – 1.30 pm  (Live online learning via Zoom)
  • 8 Feb 2024: 9am – 1.30 pm  (Live online learning via Zoom)
  • 13 Feb 2024: 9am – 1pm  (In-class session + In-class written test)
  • 13 Feb -28 Mar 2024- 5-week Practicum (Take-home Written Assessment)
  • 29 Mar 2024: 9.30am – 5.30pm (Final Assessment: Option of in-class session or via Zoom)

This course is delivered in partnership with Social Service Institute (SSI) under the Training Network Model (TNM) and participants can attend at 70% off the course fee with Skillsfuture funding. Click here to find out more about TNM.

With effect from 1 Jan 2023, fees will include the prevailing GST of 8%. All Singaporeans aged 25 and above can use their SkillsFuture Credit from the government to pay for a wide range of approved skills-related courses.

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About the Course

About the Lecturer
Rebecca ShalinahSiti Mariam

With growing academic demand and expectations in mainstream schools, students with SEN often struggle to cope. The fast-moving curriculum may cause significant gaps in their learning. Identifying these gaps and bridging them through a one-to-one intervention becomes vital to support the learner.

This course aims to enrich participants’ knowledge and practice of intervention planning based on the Assessment, Planning, Implementation and Evaluation (APIE) model, a framework which ensures that the interests of the child and all other stakeholders are factored into the process of intervention planning. Designed to help participants grow in their understanding of how to prepare Individual Education Plans (IEP) for one-to-one intervention with SEN learners, it takes a problem-based approach and will introduce practical strategies and tools to answer key questions that must be addressed at each stage of the IEP planning process.

  • Teachers who need to craft specific strategies for supporting learners in any area of behaviour or learning, in order to support struggling learners in the classroom,
  • Parents who want to support their children at home
  • Or other professionals and specialists who support students with learning differences
  1. Apply a problem-based approach in preparing IEPs for one-to-one intervention for learners with SEN
  2. Use a variety of data collection methods for information gathering about the learner’s profile and needs at the Assessment stage of the IEP process
  3. Set and prepare measurable goals and objectives when writing a learner’s IEP at the Planning stage 
  4. Plan and prepare evidence-based teaching and engagement strategies according to IEP goals 
  5. Integrate and apply the principles of differentiated instructions in the planning and implementation stage 
  6. Use observation and informal assessment tools to monitor the learner’s progress towards IEP goals at the Implementation stage.
  7. Review and reflect on the implementation of IEP at the Evaluation stage 
  8. Implement the IEP with an SEN learner and evaluate its effectiveness

On successful completion of the course, participants will be able to: Assess, Plan, Implement and Evaluate an Individualised Education Plan (IEP) with a struggling learner. 

DAS Academy will be delivering this course with these modes of learning: Classroom, Synchronous & Asynchronous E-learning.

This course will only proceed with a minimum of 15 participants.

  • Written Assessment
  • Practicum

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