iTIDE Project

Inclusion Training in Intellectual Disability for Educators in Europe

Introduction

The iTIDE project is a European Commission Erasmus+ funded three year (2014-17) initiative being conducted by partners from five European countries, including the Institute of Child Education and Psychology (ICEP) Europe, and the University of Limerick, in Ireland.
                                             
This initiative aims to address the deficit in training in special needs education, particularly for those working with learners with complex needs, by making available outstanding online open access, practice-leading training materials. These materials, developed by NASEN, the UK’s national association of special educational needs, are made freely available online in order to encourage and spread accessible, accredited, vocational learning within EU states.

You can access the iTIDE Training materials for Ireland here, or discover more information about the project and project partners from the menu on the left.