Gain the skills you need to support people with additional needs. The Graduate Certificate in Inclusive Education is a part-time course that combines face-to-face and online study.
If you're passionate about supporting people with disabilities, this course gets you ready to become an in-demand teacher or allied health professional in the government and non-government sectors.
Special Education teachers work with students who have additional learning and support needs. They may work in specialised schools or in Support Units within a regular school.
Allied health professionals work to support individuals who either have a recognised disability or are identified at risk to optimise their development and quality of life.
Early childhood teachers with qualifications in special education may work within the early childhood sector and government and not-for-profit sector to directly support young children with disabilities and their families to optimise outcomes for the child and family.
Social workers and youth workers with additional qualifications in inclusive education apply their expertise to promote the welfare of people with disabilities in a range of ways, including enhancing access to funding and services.