Include-ed has been built on the foundation of the fantastic reputation of Communicate-ed, our sister organisation, gained from over 15 successful years of high-quality training provision for education professionals working in the field of special education. Founder of both organisations Caroline Read is well known in the field of Access Arrangements, lectures on the subject nationally and is often involved in advisory discussions with national policy makers. Include-ed was formed to focus on channelling this background into externally verified courses to equip teachers and other education professionals still further.
PAPAA has been a very useful course and has set me onto a new path within teaching. I was provided with a fantastic support network and I definitely recommend Include-ed to others. Thank you!
Anna Breach (Maths teacher for SEN pupils)
Students can complete the training setting their own pace and using their preferred learning style. Delivery options include:
From the outset the support from the team and particularly my tutor put me at ease and I quickly found my way. I found the online nature of the course extremely useful as I could work at any time to suit my busy life, and re-watch presentations as I wrote my assignments. It has enhanced my role within the school and I would recommend Include-ed to anyone.
Kate Davison (Exams Officer)
The PAPAA course has been designed to offer the most rigorous and comprehensive route available in the UK to fulfil the Joint Council for Qualifications regulations for achieving Access Arrangements Assessor status. The course also provides a thorough grounding in the understanding and practice of psychometric testing for individuals in an educational setting.
The course thoroughly equipped me for the role of Access Arrangements Assessor and also increased my confidence in the administration and interpretation of standardised testing for students with learning needs. The course was tailored extremely well to address the complexities and practicalities of the role and I would recommend it without hesitation.
Sarah Gleave (SEN Literacy Teacher and Specialist Assessor)