High quality training for education professionals working in the area of special needs.

At Communicate-ed we are passionate about seeing people developed to their true potential. That passion drives our own training portfolio, but also extends beyond to other situations, including into the developing nations.

Our reputation has been built upon our courses dealing with Examination Access Arrangements. We also offer a range of other modules providing training in various aspects of special educational need. All of our courses are available online and we also offer face to face training in venues round the country. In addition to the courses that we host ourselves, our expert course tutors are available to run tailor-made courses for schools, colleges, local authorities or support services.

We aim to encourage educators to reach their true potential, and through training and provision of resources we equip educators to ensure that their students are able to do the same.

Through our charitable trust we support projects promoting education and economic empowerment for the poorest of the poor in developing nations. We have so far contributed £550,000 towards such projects.

Testimonials Some feedback from our course attendees

Superb; realistic and informative practical advice…

Specialist Teacher (Online Training for Readers, Scribes, Invigilators and other Adult Helpers in Exams)

An excellent course as always –thank you for all the updates…

SENCo (Venue based Access Arrangements Update/Refresher)

Wonderful resource, please continue with these…

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The 16/17 JCQ regulations are now online at: buff.ly/2bFc8SB. Our online Update course is available now: buff.ly/2bFcqsx
Thanks to every one who attended the Q&A Webinar this week & thanks for all the positive feedback! Next Q&A when the new JCQ regs are out.
Communicate-ed Members: Free live webinar Q & A about Access Arrangements, Caroline Read Wednesday 25th May:7pm buff.ly/22gthp2
Lina at a Charitable Project

Charitable Support

Since 2002 we have been able to donate over £550,000 including tax added through Gift Aid to charity projects which support educational opportunities, particularly for those caught in poverty in the UK and overseas.