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How to add NASENCO Qualification for SENCO Staff

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As per the DfE and Error Resolution guidance for the 2021 School Workforce Census, NASENCO is a new Qualification that SENCO staff must have present on their Records. In this guide we will show you how to add this Qualification for SENCO Staff.

See also: School Workforce Census 2021 Guide

To begin this process, you need to go to the Staff List page from the Side Menu.

Once the Staff List loads, you need to highlight the Staff Member you wish to add this Qualification for and press View.

Staff List

This will take you to the Staff Members Record, showing their Name, Personal Data and Contact Information.

Staff Record – Profile

From here, use the Staff Details Menu on the left to select Qualifications.

Once this page loads, you need to press the + icon in the top right corner of the Qualifications Panel as seen below;

Staff Record – Qualifications

Pressing the + icon will allow you to add a new Qualification via the Add/Edit Qualification window.

Add/Edit Qualification

There are two methods for adding the NASENCO Qualification in this area. They will be detailed in two separate sections below.

Adding NASENCO as a main Qualification

The first method for adding this Qualification is to select Non-Standard Codes from the Subject Area dropdown highlighted below.

This will then allow you to set the Main Subject as SEN – SENCO.

Note: The Qualification and Class fields MUST also be completed. Any fields with * next to them are mandatory and must be completed to proceed.

Add/Edit Qualification – Subject Area and Main Subject

Qualification – This is the level of which the Subject has been studied to.

Class – This is the type of Qualification that has been studied for the Subject Area.

Once this information is added, you can press Save and you should receive a notification reading Qualification saved successfully.

Fully completed information before pressing Save
Success

Adding NASENCO as a 2nd Joint Subject

This is very similar to the previous method, with only some minor changes.

In exactly the same way as detailed previously, you need to go to the Staff List page from the Side Menu.

Staff List

Once the Staff List loads, you need to highlight the Staff Member you wish to add this Qualification for and press View.

Staff Record – Profile

From here, use the Staff Details Menu on the left to select Qualifications.

Once this page loads, you need to press the + icon in the top right corner of the Qualifications Panel as seen below;

Staff Record – Qualifications

Pressing the + icon will allow you to add a new Qualification via the pop out window seen below;

Add/Edit Qualification

This time, you would need to select Non-Standard Codes from the Subject Area drop down towards the bottom of the window, not the top.

This then enables you to select SEN – SENCO in the 2nd Joint Subject drop down as seen below.

Note: In the same way as before, you will need to complete the Qualification and Class fields because they are mandatory. You will also need to enter a Subject Area to reflect the Subject Area of the Qualification.

Subject Area and 2nd Joint Subject (lower down)

Qualification – This is the level of which the Subject has been studied to.

Class – This is the type of Qualification that has been studied for the Subject Area.

Subject Area – This is the Subject Area of the Qualification that has been studied.

Once the above information is entered, pressing Save will complete the process and you should receive a notification reading Qualification saved successfully.

Success

Once the Qualification is added, this is how they will appear on the Staff Members Record.

Note: I have shown both methods which is why there are two showing, only one Qualification Record is expected.

Qualifications added via both Methods

Note: All options selected within the Add/Edit Qualification window throughout this guide are examples solely for training purposes.

Updated on October 19, 2021

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