I think Special Education Training is a great Career option. Almost everyone seems to be talking about How to start a Career in Special Education Training, while I want to first develop an understanding of What is a Career in Special Education Training. I was Googling about a Career in Special Education Training and was lucky to find: https://www.lifepage.in/career/20171117-0003/Arts/Special Education/Career-in-Special-Education-Training/hindi
Manju Singhania's take! Manju Singhania has worked in Special Education Training for 22 years. Manju Singhania has worked in Special Education Training as Director in Joy of Learning. In Manju Singhania's own words, this is how Manju Singhania got into Special Education Training: "After doing my B Ed from Calcutta, I did my Post Graduate Diploma in special education. Post that I did many courses such as a program from the Hanen Canen Center in Canada to train primary school teachers and parents of young children. I also did a course on Narrative Therapy from Australia and a course on SPARK communication from Hanen Centre. I worked as a Director of Training and Development at Latika Roy Foundation for 22 years. In 2017, I opened my own centre by the name Joy of Learning for Special Education Training."
Career Video on Special Education Training In a video, Manju Singhania has talked about various aspects of a Career in Special Education Training. Manju Singhania started by explaining Special Education Training as: "Special education is the practice of educating students with special educational needs in a way that addresses their individual differences and needs. Ideally, this process involves the individually planned and systematically monitored arrangement of teaching procedures, adapted equipment and materials, and accessible settings. These interventions are designed to help individuals with special needs achieve a higher level of personal self-sufficiency and success in school and in their community that may not be available if the student were only given access to a typical classroom education." The video gave me so much food for thought.
I found the video unique because it talked about Education in terms of things which can be learnt from books, to excel at a Career in Special Education Training and not as a list of Qualifications, which one needs to get into Special Education Training. Manju Singhania touches upon these in the Education section of the Video: Child Development Psychology Different Disabilities Planning Task Analysis Rights of People with Disability 90% success in real life depends on Skills. It is crucial to understand these. Manju Singhania then explains why these Skills are essential for a Career in Special Education Training: Teaching Skills Counselling Creativity Assessment There are great positives of this Career. Manju Singhania believes that the following are some of the Positives of a Career in Special Education Training: Immense Satisfaction Making Children Independent Social Impact Growth Opportunities It is important that one develops a fair understanding of the Challenges of this Career. And, Manju Singhania believes that one needs to prepare for following Challenges of a Career in Special Education Training: Lack of Awareness Lack of Skilled Professionals
In the final section of the video Manju Singhania talks about How a day goes in a Career in Special Education Training. This video is by far the best video on a Career in Special Education Training, that I have ever come across. To see the full Talk, one needs to install the LifePage Career Talks App. Here is a direct deep link of the Video: https://lifepage.app.link/20171117-0003 Career Counseling 2.0 This video on a Career in Special Education Training was an eye opener and it got me very interested to learn more about the LifePage platform. LifePage has created the largest knowledge repository of Careers in the whole world. I salute the efforts of Team LifePage. I also encourage you to learn more about LifePage on: https://www.lifepage.in