Department of Education teachers and school leaders can apply using the form below. Participants are sent an invitation to a SSEND showcase event, which will give an overview of available professional learning and resources. During this session participants will engage with a SSEND Consulting Teacher to design a professional learning pathway. Participants then have the option to be supported through coaching and periodical check-ins over a four-week period.
Department of Education staff can apply to be part of the ICCS proactive outreach program.
The School of Special Educational Needs Disability (SSEND) offers their professional learning opportunities in a range of formats. To learn more, visit the SSEND professional learning dashboard.Access SSEND professional learning
Here are some questions that are frequently asked in relation to the ICCS program.
ICCS is available to Western Australian Department of Education teachers and school leaders. Education assistants (EAs) are welcome to attend the professional learning component to view and talk through the resources available, but SSEND would not typically be able to provide the targeted coaching component of ICCS for EAs.
ICCS requires you to attend a 2.5 hour professional learning showcase event. After attending this, you can access an optional coaching program which includes check-in via phone over a four-week period.
After you have sent through your application for the ICCS program, you will receive an invitation to the SSEND showcase event, which will begin your ICCS journey. Once you have completed this professional learning you can access coaching.
ICCS coaching involves a SSEND Consulting Teacher working with participants to develop a goal. The coach will then check in with participants via phone over a four-week period to support the completion of this goal.