Special Education Courses (Learning Disabilities, ADHD and autism)

Our SEN online courses are designed for both aspiring and working teachers and professionals interested/working in SEN field or are associated with teaching children with special needs. The course comes in 3 levels - Certificate, Diploma and PG Diploma with complete and detailed knowledge on Learning Disabilities, ADHD and Autism and curriculums which will provide you with a solid grounding in these areas. Post Graduate Diploma course also includes a CACHE endorsed online course – Recognising and Supporting Children with Special Needs, another professional course aimed at acquainting our students with the correct approaches to follow when it comes to providing guidance and support to the learners of SEN.

  • Maximum duration of the 3 courses are - 4 months for the Certificate level, 8 months for the Diploma level, 12 months for the P G Diploma level
  • Course is flexible enough to be pursued from any corner of the globe The course equips the teachers with the vital skills and methods to address the needs of the special learners with disabilities like Learning Disabilities, ADHD and Autism. The course is available in 3 different levels:
Certificate 4 months
Diploma 8 months
P G Diploma 12 months

  • Special Education comes in 3 different levels – Certificate, Diploma, PG Diploma
  • Minimum eligibility for our Certificate and Diploma level courses are 10+2
  • Criterion for P G Diploma is a Bachelor’s degree
Certificate 10+2 or equivalent
Diploma 10+2 or equivalent
P G Diploma 10+2+3 or equivalent

  • Course are available at reasonably affordable price
  • Course fee ranges between 18,000 INR and 45,000 INR

ACT’s Special Education course has been designed in 3 different levels with reasonable course fee for all 3 levels. Candidates with a computer/laptop/tablet and an internet connection can take up our online courses.

Certificate 18,000 INR
Diploma 35,000 INR
P G Diploma 40000 INR (Act Certification )
47000 INR ( with Act Certification + CACHE /TQUK )

Certificate in Special Education

    ADHD

  • ADHD Phase 1 : Understanding students
  • ADHD Phase 2: Diagnostic Process
  • ADHD Phase 3: Are they putting in the Effort?
  • ADHD Phase 4: ADHD and Brain Activation
  • ADHD Phase 5: ADHD and Activity Level

    Autism

  • AUTISM Phase 1: Meet Autistic Students
  • AUTISM Phase 2: Understand the common characteristics of HFA/AS
  • AUTISM Phase 3: Discover how your students think
  • AUTISM Phase 4: Nurture students' social skills
  • AUTISM Phase 5: Encourage language reciprocity

    Learning Disabilities

  • LD Phase 1: Understanding Learning Disabilities
  • LD Phase 2: Identifying Students with LDs
  • LD Phase 3: Making sense of the IEPs
  • LD Phase 4: Understanding Service Locations
  • LD Phase 5: Learning the Right Teaching Strategies

Diploma in Special Education (ADHD, Autism and Learning Disabilities)

    ADHD

  • ADHD Phase 1: Understanding students
  • ADHD Phase 2: Diagnostic Process
  • ADHD Phase 3: Are they putting in the Effort?
  • ADHD Phase 4: ADHD and Brain Activation
  • ADHD Phase 5: ADHD and Activity Level
  • ADHD Phase 6: Role of Parents
  • ADHD Phase 7: Clinical Diagnosis of ADHD

    Down Syndrome

  • Definition and History
  • Identifying Down Syndrome in Children
  • Causes and Complications of Down Syndrome
  • Teaching Children with Down Syndrome
  • Inclusive Education for Children with Down Syndrome

    Autism

  • AUTISM Phase 1: Meet Autistic Students
  • AUTISM Phase 2: Understand the common characteristics of HFA/AS
  • AUTISM Phase 3: Discover how your students think
  • AUTISM Phase 4: Nurture students' social skills
  • AUTISM Phase 5: Encourage language reciprocity
  • AUTISM Phase 6: Autism and Inclusive Education
  • AUTISM Phase 7: Transition from Adolescence to Adulthood
  • AUTISM Phase 8: a. Asperger's Syndrome
  • AUTISM Phase 8: b. Fragile X Syndrome
  • AUTISM Phase 8: c. High Functioning Autism

    Learning Disabilities

  • LD Phase 1: Understanding Learning Disabilities
  • LD Phase 2: Identifying Students with LDs
  • LD Phase 3: Making sense of the IEPs
  • LD Phase 4: Understanding Service Locations
  • LD Phase 5: Learning the Right Teaching Strategies
  • LD Phase 6: Learning Strategies and Assessment Techniques for Students with Learning Disabilities
  • LD Phase 7: Dyslexia
  • LD Phase 8: Dysgraphia and Dyscalculia

Post Graduate Diploma in Special Education (ADHD, Autism and Learning Disabilities)

    ADHD

  • ADHD Phase 1: Understanding students
  • ADHD Phase 2: Diagnostic Process
  • ADHD Phase 3: Are they putting in the Effort?
  • ADHD Phase 4: ADHD and Brain Activation
  • ADHD Phase 5: ADHD and Activity Level
  • ADHD Phase 6: Role of Parents
  • ADHD Phase 7: Clinical Diagnosis of ADHD
  • ADHD Phase 8: Role of Teacher and Parents for Supporting Children with ADHD

    Down Syndrome

  • Definition and History
  • Identifying Down Syndrome in Children
  • Causes and Complications of Down Syndrome
  • Teaching Children with Down Syndrome
  • Inclusive Education for Children with Down Syndrome

    Autism

  • AUTISM Phase 1: Meet Autistic Students
  • AUTISM Phase 2: Understand the common characteristics of HFA/AS
  • AUTISM Phase 3: Discover how your students think
  • AUTISM Phase 4: Nurture students' social skills
  • AUTISM Phase 5: Encourage language reciprocity
  • AUTISM Phase 6: Autism and Inclusive Education
  • AUTISM Phase 7: Transition from Adolescence to Adulthood
  • AUTISM Phase 8: a Asperger's Syndrome
  • AUTISM Phase 8: b Fragile X Syndrome
  • AUTISM Phase 8: c High Functioning Autism
  • AUTISM Phase 9: Types of Play Skills for Autistic Learners

    Learning Disabilities

  • LD Phase 1: Understanding Learning Disabilities
  • LD Phase 2: Identifying Students with LDs
  • LD Phase 3: Making sense of the IEPs
  • LD Phase 4: Understanding Service Locations
  • LD Phase 5: Learning the Right Teaching Strategies
  • LDPhase 6: Learning Strategies and Assessment Techniques for Students with Learning Disabilities
  • LD Phase 7: Dyslexia
  • LD Phase 8: Dysgraphia and Dyscalculia
  • LD Phase 9: Language Processing Disorder

(Additional course: CACHE endorsed online course – Recognising and Supporting Children with Special Needs).

  • Trains the teachers to focus on overall learning disabilities, ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder) and Autism.
  • Turns the aspirants into effective Special Education Needs (SEN) teacher
  • Training includes how to handle dyslexia, autism as well as hyperactivity of different levels
  • Gives an emphasis on nurturing the social skills in a child
  • Learn the kind of additional support SEN learners need to stimulate effective learning.

  • Aspirant teachers who want to start their careers as a Special Education Needs (SEN) teacher/a shadow teacher/curriculum developer
  • Professional teachers in inclusive classrooms looking to upgrade andhone their teaching methods and tactics
  • Head of the school, Advisors/ counsellors in educational institutes
  • Mothers who want to help their children with special needs
  • Budding entrepreneurs looking to open a creche or a child-care centre

ACT’s Special Education course (Learning Disabilities, ADHD and Autism) is available for all candidates in online mode of learning

  • An array of opportunities opens up with candidates eligible to teach kids with special needs as special educator and shadow teachers
  • There is a huge demand for certified special education teachers to guide students along with the class teacher
  • It also prepares for the role of a supervisor, teacher –in –chargeas SENCO, special education curriculum developer and counselor/advisor as SENCO
  • The course is also helpful for budding entrepreneurs looking to open a creche or a child-care centre

  • Welcome letter and call
  • Phase-wise course material
  • End of course assignment
  • Supplementary videos
  • Support from on-line tutor via e-mail and phone
  • Alumni support
  • Globally recognized certificate
  • Placement Assistance

  • Complete support throughout the course – send us your queries and we will reach out to you at the earliest
  • You can learn at your own pace and convenience
  • 100% placement assistance for all our students

All our successful students on completion of the course, will receive globally recognized certificates from Asian College of Teachers. The certificate is at par with any in-class training program and our alumni record reflects that our trainees have found placement across the globe on completion of the course.
The courses are certified, accredited and endorsed by international bodies of repute. They include:

  • The CPD Certification Service UK has certified all the Special Education courses of Asian College of Teachers (ACT) as conforming to continuing professional development principles as per CPD guidelines.
  • QAHE is an independent, private and international organization which is funded through fees charged for its accreditation services to Certification Bodies and Training Organizations.
  • Asian College of Teachers is a member of The National Association of Special Education Teachers (NASET) which is the only national membership organization dedicated solely to meeting the needs of special education teachers.
  • Asian College of Teachers is also an Institutional member of International Association of Special Education (IASE).
  • Asian College of Teachers (ACT), leading teacher education in Asia, is a proud member of European Association for International Education (EAIE).
  • ACT is a proud member of the globally renowned Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Certification Service, UK
  • NCC Education, an awarding organisation and a global provider of British education, also endorses the courses of Asian College of Teachers.

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