Hi gemi75, To help boost your experience and confidence, I would suggest you review the National Association for Special Educational Needs website. See link below here: http://www.nasen.org.uk/ If you sign up for free membership, you will receive access to useful updates, resources and reading materials that will help you gain a better overview of the SENCO role. They also provide training opportunities, (including online training). Please note, that in order to become a SENCO, you will need to have a Masters level qualification. I would also suggest that you share a post in the SEN forum, so that the adviser Jules, can provide you with more suggestions.