Disability related professional learning events are scheduled throughout the year. These events are delivered live through the Blended Model, in which online and in-person participants learn together.
Disability related online modules are available on demand for schools and educators to undertake at a time convenient to them. Participants can register through PLIS and complete the modules, ensuring professional learning hours are automatically added to their professional learning transcript.Access self-paced online modules
Disability related resources such as digital-print documents, guides and fact sheets that are endorsed by SSEND are available to build knowledge and support students.Access online resources
Disability related professional learning packages are available for schools to deliver through a local school facilitator. Each package is supported by extensive documentation. Use this form to request a digital download of the available packages.
Find details about the presentations that make up the SSEND professional learning suite below.
Here are some questions that are frequently asked in relation to SSEND PL events.
Yes. You can follow the request for assistance pathway to request SSEND to deliver PL in your school.
However, you can also take advantage of the scheduled PL events offered by SSEND in a variety of formats throughout the school year.
SSEND delivery modes include:
You will find a link to the event web conference in the information hub. Find the information hub by going to link below the specific event date on the PL Events page. The event hub is made live in the days leading up to the PL event.
An event information hub is an online collection of content that supports a a PL event. This content includes, documents, videos, links and other items that will assist in the smooth running of the event.
Close to the time of a PL event, a link to the event information hub will be published under the relevant date. Click on the link to access all the information relevant to the event, including the web conference link.
During a web-conference there is a dedicated producer to facilitate interaction with the live presenter and audience.
During a live stream there is only an audio-visual feed of the in-person presentation, without the opportunity for high-level interaction for remote participants with live presenters.