Special educational needs jobs
Special Educational Needs Jobs FAQs
What qualifications do you need to be an SEN worker?
To become an SEN worker, you can do a university course, an apprenticeship, work towards the role, or apply directly. If you choose to do a university degree, you can choose a course that leads to a qualified teacher status. Most teaching courses include options on teaching children with special educational needs.
How much does an SEN teacher earn?
How much an SEN teacher earns depends on several factors including your experience, location, and type of organisation you work for. On average, an entry level SEN teacher will earn in the region of £26,000, however, an experienced teach can earn in the region of £39,000.
Is there a demand for SEN teachers?
Yes. SEN teachers are in demand. We have a wide range of SEN vacancies available to apply for right now. Just scroll up to our job listing and click on one to find out more about the role. You can also register here and one of our recruitment specialists will get in touch to discuss exactly what type of SEN teacher role you are looking for.
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