Leading online training provider High Speed Training receives Chartered CPD Status from Chartered College of Teaching


High Speed Training, a leading provider of e-learning and online training courses, has been recognised as a Chartered Status CPD Partner by the Chartered College of Teaching for its Special Educational Needs and Disabilities course.

The company, which has certified over 2.5million learners since 2008, offers a Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) in the Classroom online course which provides learners with the knowledge and skills to ensure they fulfil their legal responsibilities and develop strategies to create an inclusive classroom environment with high-quality teaching.

Designation as a Chartered Status CPD Partner gives recognition to organisations that deliver high-quality, evidence-informed CPD, and sees High Speed Training join a growing number of organisations supporting teachers towards Chartered Teacher Status.

The Chartered College of Teaching is a professional body dedicated to supporting the teaching profession in the UK and around the world. Our mission is empowering a knowledgeable and respected teaching profession through membership and accreditation.

Dr Richard Anderson, Head of Learning and Development at High Speed Training, said : “We are thrilled to receive this accreditation from the Chartered College of Teaching and be able to join a select group of organisations committed to providing high-quality, evidence-informed professional development.

“We know that working in a sector as varied and fast-paced as Education is rarely straightforward, so we want to make professional development as simple and accessible as possible. Our SEND course allows educational professionals to train at their own pace and receive instant certification.

“We always strive to provide the very highest levels of training to all of our learners, and accreditation such as this is a testament to the hard work of the team at High Speed Training and the quality of the content that they create.”

For more information on High Speed Training and their SEND in the Classroom course, please visit www.highspeedtraining.co.uk/courses/education/special-educational-needs-and-disabilities-course/