Why not dyslexia, moderate learning difficulties or behaviour problems?
Our training involves sending an expert trainer into each school twice. Even after taking all of the staff from the leading organisations we can only muster forty trainers (you can look at their CVs on www.inclusive.net). At the time of writing we have 4,000 teachers registered and we are managing to meet special schools needs. If we covered moderate difficulties we would be overrun with demand. We think those working with pupils who have moderate learning difficulties, dyslexia or EBD as their major challenge could be better with a mainstream provider. Some schools use two providers: ICTS for teachers working with more severe pupils and a mainstream provider for the others. This has the advantage of providing two different sets of resources for the school.