Training and Development

We have an extensive range of training and resources for people working with children and young people with SEND.

Training programmes and resources

Take a look at our training programmes and toolkits below:

North Lincolnshire Council SEND Space – A SharePoint site to support SENDCos

  • The SharePoint site has been developed to support SENDCos at all stages in their career, including those who are experienced and new to role.
  • It will help them have access to all information they need to do their role effectively, all in one place.
  • Information will be regularly updated, so all referrals and resources will be the most up to date versions.
  • It will provide opportunities for them to stay up to date with SEND news in North Lincs as we will include regular updates.
  • It will allow SENDCos to have access to training dates/materials.
  • It includes a facility for them to give feedback on training that is coming up and provide feedback for training they have attended.
  • It will signpost them to useful documentation/ CPD at local and national level (e.g., Nasen, EEF, SEN Code).
  • It will provide an interactive forum, where they can ask questions and support one another.

To access the SENDCo SharePoint you will need to be invited by an admin. Please contact or to request access.

Autism Spectrum Education Support and Strategies Toolkit 

Autism Spectrum Education Team Sensory Toolkit

Behaviour Toolkit

Childhood Stroke Service Toolkit

Decision Making Toolkit

Early Years SEND and Inclusion Handbook

Graduated Approach

Guide for schools on provision for pupils with Down’s Syndrome

Mental health self-evaluation tool for Further Education (FE) providers

School Nurse Toolkit – Improving young people’s health literacy

Speech and Language Toolkit



“The Autism Spectrum Education team toolkits are an invaluable resource to the academy. They provide useful checklists that are easy to administer and use. The strategy documents that support the checklist provide practical ideas and activities that can support teachers in class in meeting the needs of their pupils, most of which require no specialist equipment or tools. The fact that they are on the Local Offer means I can access them anytime and don’t have to worry if I have the latest copy printed off.” (School SENCo)


“The Speech and Language Toolkit is a great practical resource that is used constantly in the Academy. It allows the staff to easily identify the areas of need that the children have and then gives practical easy strategies that they can implement. The format makes it simple to use even for those with no specialist speech and language training.” (School SENCo)

If any of the documents on this page are not fully accessible, please contact us to request the document in an alternative format. Email:

This is the recording of the EHCP request and annual review refresher training, which was delivered to SENCos and Headteachers in March 2022.

Last modified: July 10, 2024