Certificate in Teaching Inclusively

As part of our not for profit philosophy, we are really proud to bring you the Certificate in Teaching Inclusively.

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What is the Certificate in Teaching Inclusively?

It is so important for us to include everyone in our community in healthy voice use, and so we have included 10 hours of specialised, expertly delivered content for you in this course. There are a wide range of special needs and disabilities covered, providing useful resources and tips to inform your teaching. Learn what to consider when taking on a new student, how to optimise your learning environment for their needs, communication skills, learning theories, incorporating creative technology, and more!

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Who is this certificate for?

This certificate is for singing teachers and choral leaders who want to learn about inclusivity and working with special needs and disabilities. The information is applicable whether you work in mainstream education settings, community groups, or the 1-2-1 studio. There are a wide range of special needs and disabilities covered by experts in the field, providing useful resources and tips to inform your teaching. Learn what to consider when taking on a new student, how to optimise your learning environment for their needs, communication skills, learning theories, incorporating creative technology, and more! We also hear valuable contributions from people about their own experiences of a variety of additional needs.

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Pricing and Information

There are approximately 10 hours of learning content to watch in total and these videos are able to be viewed as many times as needed over 365 days from purchase.

Only £55 including VAT

How does the certificate work?

Online Learning Platform

When you sign into our online learning platform, you will be guided through 35 films that make up this wonderful resource. There is an assessment component to this course, however there are moments for reflection during the content, there are practical suggestions and personal worksheets to record your progress.

To receive your certificate in teaching inclusively, you must complete the multiple-choice quiz.

There are approximately 10 hours of learning content to watch in total and these videos are able to be viewed as many times as needed over 365 days from purchase.

Content

  • An Introduction to Inclusive Practice and SEND – Jenna Brown
  • Meeting a new client – Jenna Brown
  • Learning Theories – Antonia Lythgoe
  • Learning from our clients 1
  • Inclusive Communication – Louise Copp
  • Communication Case Study – Reflection Slide
  • Using Makaton – Sam Capindale
  • Developmental Delay – Ellie Kelly
  • Down’s Syndrome Interview – Declan Costello and Jenevora Williams
  • Music to your ears: Singing and Hearing Loss – Paul Whittaker
  • Hearing Impairment Case Study – Reflection Slide
  • Learning from our clients 2
  • Visual Impairment – Jenna Brown
  • Learning from our clients 3
  • Supporting Autistic Pupils’ Musical Learning – Caitlin Shaughnessy
  • Learning from our clients 4
  • The Dyslexic Singer – Nick Duncombe
  • Learning from our clients 5
  • Supporting Students with ADHD – Louise Copp
  • Learning from our clients 6
  • Learning from our clients 7
  • Mental Health – Reflection Slide
  • Emotional Health – Jo Reader
  • Group Learning in the Classroom – Amelia Goodall
  • Hypermobility and the Voice – Lucie Rayner
  • Using Alexander Technique to support mobility PART 1 Theory – Joanna Sleight
  • Using Alexander Technique to support mobility PART 2 Practical – Joanna Sleight
  • Working in the Parkinson’s Studio – Elizabeth Stuttard
  • Learning from our clients 8
  • Neurology Case Study – Reflection Slide
  • Inclusive Choirs – Katie Teage
  • Creative Technology and its application in SEND settings – Tara Baggott
  • Vocal Heath Reflections: Biopsychosocial needs of SEND students – Jenna Brown and Jenevora Williams
  • Professional Networks and Communities of Practice – Jenna Brown

Multiple-Choice Assessment

If you wish to receive the certificate in teaching inclusively, you must complete the multiple-choice quiz consisting of 15 questions.

When you have completed and passed the multiple-choice quiz, you will be awarded your Certificate in Teaching Inclusively.