Bookings open for Special Educational Needs and Disability Inclusion project conference

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You are invited to attend a free conference to learn about the new European Union Special Educational Needs and Disability Inclusion (SENDI) project.

SENDI is a European project that aims to provide innovative and low-cost certification for learners with special educational needs and disabilities, offering progression routes to the European Qualification Framework (EQF).

As part of the project, the Learning Machine Ltd has devised a system of certification that allows these learners to achieve formally-recognised certification.

Partner organisations in Spain, the UK, the Netherlands, Bulgaria and the Czech Republic are working together to identify the key target markets in their own countries and to relate SENDI certification to their own national frameworks.

The conference takes place on Monday 7th September 2015, from 1pm–4pm at CAN Mezzanine, 49 – 51 East Road, London.

The programme for the afternoon includes an overview of the project, an introduction to new qualification units, case study, how to get involved and a question and answer session.

Go to our Eventbrite page to book a place, or for further information contact Adrian Sladdin: adriansladdin@asdanteam.org.uk.