Welcome to our homepage.

 ‘Since 2006, CPC have delivered tailored Training, Consultancy and Project management in the highly specialised fields of Disability, SEN, Inclusion and the Early Years’.

Recent CPC activity

In addition to our ongoing work with national organisations such as CDC, NCB, Action for children, NASEN and other training providers such as Kate cairns training and Early education, we have also been delivering a range of CPC bespoke courses across the country;

July 17. Autism awareness – Music therapy school London.

June 17. Introduction to Makaton – Midlands LA.

June 17. SENCO training – North east LA.

May 17. One page profile training – North east LA.

April 17. Early identification – London area LA.

April 17. SEND training – North west LA.

March 17. Playplan training – North west LA.

March 17. SENCO training – London area LA.


 News from CPC.

CDC SEND Toolkit, for a link to the online documents – Click Here.

Are you looking for quality SENCO training with a proven track record for excellence?

Since 2008 CPC has been delivering the highest standard of SENCO training with Ten cohorts alone trained throughout Kent. We are currently engaged in delivery of courses encompassing all the most recent legislative changes to Milton Keynes, Cheshire East and Salford. We offer courses on Advanced SENCO CPD and The role of the SENCO in an era of change.

 SEND Case studies.

SEND case studies of emerging practice from the early years sector, resulting from a joint project by  The Council for Disabled Children, implementing and supporting the SEND Code of Practice (April 2015) across the country. 

Guide to working with parents

A guide Co-produced by the City of York hubs, for working with parents of children with special educational needs and disabilities.


 Learn, Explore, Debate presentations.

Presentations and Local practice case studies from the recent round of ‘Learn, Explore, Debate’ SEND events, co-facilitated by Julie Revels and Philippa Stobbs (Council for Disabled Children).

Family and Childcare Trust.

Resources for parents and childcare providers.

Education Endowment Foundation, Early Years toolkit.

An accessible summary of educational research that provides guidance for early years professionals on how to use their resources to improve the learning of disadvantaged children.

Contact a Family publications.

Contact a Family produce a wide range of publications for families with disabled children. These include a Fact sheet ‘Help in the early years when your child has additional needs.

A comprehensive range of Courses from CPC. 

Our courses are designed to help you, your staff and colleagues tackle the complex Challenges and most recent Changes in the Early Years environment;

SEND Code of Practice (Sept 2014); Involving parents and children.

Advanced SENCO CPD

The role the SENCO in an era of change

SEN Support, how SENCO’s can support the Key Person’s role

Tuning into Two Year olds.

Tuning into Two Year olds – Communication

Early Childhood development and Brain architecture

Makaton Signing

Autism awareness in the Early years

Supporting children with SLCN in the Early years.

The Role of the Key Person in supporting children with SEN and Disabilities

One-page profiles in the Early Years

Along with our existing courses, Details of Content and Outcomes for each course can be accessed in the navigation pane to the left.


For all of you interested in Early childhood brain development, please take a look at our dedicated site supporting our Inspired by babies course www.inspiredbybabies.org.uk

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