Professional Diploma/Certificate in Special & Inclusive Education

Expand your knowledge with flexible online learning in collaboration with Dublin City University

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Our Spring Term commences on 10th February

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Masters in Special & Additional Learning Needs

Online education in special educational needs.

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Since 2001, we have provided courses in the area of Special Education and Positive Psychology. Our courses are fully online and university accredited allowing you the flexibility to study from anywhere in the world. We've trained teachers from 58 countries worldwide!

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"This course has opened my eyes to a whole new wonderful world. It has helped me look in the window of Autism in a way I would never have understood. As an SNA I really enjoyed the valuable information which I will now bring to my daily life within the classroom and to the children I work with forever." - Jenny O'Donnell, Autism
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"From studying this course I have improved my own confidence in dealing with students with special needs. My experience is very limited, but this course has given me a greater understanding and has given me the tools to help these students."- Denis Lordan, Dyslexia
Denis Lordan, Dyslexia
"I am extremely happy with how much I have learned in this course and I will keep moving forward with these technique as I know they will work for all children/adults once adapted to their needs." - Anonymous, ABA
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