In addition to our own online seminars and tailored training, ACE Education have teamed up with Educare, the distance learning specialists, to offer a number of on-line courses covering some of our most popular topics.
Each one is written as a set of concise modules including a series of questions to test understanding and consolidate learning. They are a must for busy professionals who need to keep up-to-date with education law and guidance but find it difficult to attend our training seminars or who prefer the flexibility of online learning.
About ACE Education and Educare
Since 1960 ACE has been training professionals and advising parents on a wide range of education issues and is one of the country’s leading training and consultancy organisations in the field of education law and guidance.
Educare have over 25 years experience of creating and delivering award-winning distance-learning, covering child protection, safeguarding vulnerable adults, health and safety and other duty of care and compliance topics.
Training courses for schools, local authorities, charities and third sector organisations are offered under a range of annual training licences. ACE courses are part of the EduCare for Education annual licence
ACE courses can also be purchased as individual programmes. Click here to find out how to make a purchase
SEND Code of Practice: This course provides an overview of the Special Educational Needs and Disability Code of Practice 0-25 years. The course explains how the reforms affect those in an educational setting. It outlines requirements at SEN Support level, during EHC needs assessments and in the issuing of EHC plans.
School Admissions: This course is aimed at schools that are their own Admissions Authority to help them understand their legal duties outlined in the School Admissions Code. The course will be relevant to Senior Leadership Team staff, Governors and any Admissions staff employed by the school.
School Exclusions: This course provides a practical guide to the 2012 statutory guidance on school exclusions. It includes the headteacher's power to exclude, the governing body's duty to consider an exclusion and the role of the Independent Review Panel. The modules also cover the requirements for particular vulnerable groups as well as the school's equality duties in relation to exclusions.
School Exclusions for Independent Review Panels: This course covers the duties of the Independent Review Panel members and clerks as set out in the DfE statutory Exclusions Guidance 2017. After completing the course panel members and clerks will be familiar with the exclusions process and more confident in meeting their statutory duties.
If you have any questions about the content or format of any of online training courses please get in touch with us on 020 8888 3377 or email email@example.com