NSM Training & Consultancy provides a range of training to support all areas of SEND and ALN. We provide training to meet your specific needs and help you on your learning journey.

Motiviate your staff

What can you expect to learn?

Effective Systems

Our training provides approaches, frameworks, strategies and assessments to meet the needs of all learners.

Skilled Staff

Developing the skill set, confidence, consistency and empathy of all staff are the key ingredients to long term success.

Support Independence

Supporting students’ independence by implementing evidence-based strategies.

What we offer in this subject

Suggested training

  • SEND/ALN Conference

  • Successfully Implementing Therapeutic Interventions in Your School, College, Setting

  • Developing Your Autism Acceptance & Understanding

  • Executive Function Skills: What Are They & How Can We Help Improve Them?

  • Understanding Dyslexia for School Staff

  • Creating An Outstanding Nurture Group Course

  • Practical Systems and Strategies for Teaching & Managing Students With PDA (Pathological Demand Avoidance) / ODD (Oppositional Defiant Disorder)

  • Professional Development in Neurodiversity: Practical Ways to Support Children & Young People in School & College

  • Role of the Additional Learning Needs Co-ordinator (ALNCo)

  • Role of the Special Education Needs Co-ordinator (SENCO)

  • Top time saving tips for busy SENCOs/ALNCO

  • Responding to sexualised behaviours in Primary Schools

“Extremely beneficial – very good mix between reasons for behaviour and how to set up a nurture group, balance between theory and practice. Can’t wait to go back to school to start on our journey to establish a nurture group. Thank you.”

P. Jackson


We support leading schools, colleges and organisations with relevant and expert training

Enquire about in-house training

SENCO/ALNCO training

Contact us today to discuss your training needs and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.

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