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Yes I would agree the course does not directly upskill around such assessments but there is reference to them and around identifying needs as part of the first module. Also, there is a lot of opportunity for discussion so we get to share lots of ideas and successes! My first assignment was on a barrier to learning so through my research I have gone much deeper in to meeting that need which includes assessment as well as strategies to support. I do not think the NASENCO is about upskilling per-se because it is masters level but it definitely opens doors for ways to research further. I chose to work on emotional self-regulation but the beginning reading suggestions were there for many other barriers to learning (rather than diagnosis) so I could still easily look further into those eg. working memory etc. Being masters level you have a fair amount of scope to take the research into a direction that is either your interest or need for your school/setting.