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Coming soon .... two new courses for diagnostic assessors

Tuesday 31 March 2020


These two courses are aimed at assessors who wish to be able to assess in another age-range

Welcome to our virtual conferences and training!

Thursday 26 March 2020


We are launching our virtual training and conferences offering to give you the same benefits as our face to face training and events

British Dyslexia Association calls on the government to extend the removal of VAT on digital publications to audiobooks

Wednesday 25 March 2020


Recently, the Chancellor announced VAT will no longer be charged on digital publications however, it does not extend to audiobooks

Deadline for the SASC amnesty for APC applications is 31 March 2020

Tuesday 24 March 2020


The deadline for the SASC amnesty for APC applications is 31 March 2020 and this is fast approaching.

eLearning for all levels

Tuesday 17 March 2020


Whilst we understand for many this is an extremely difficult time, we know that for others now is the time to do any training you have been putting off. The British Dyslexia Association offers eLearning for all our training modules.

COVID-19 information

Tuesday 17 March 2020


Following the government announcement on 23 March of a temporary lockdown to slow the spread of COVID-19, we have taken further steps to ensure that all our staff do not have to leave their home for work.

Department for Education call for evidence on the National Plan for Music Education

Tuesday 25 February 2020


Department for Education has announced the launch of a call for evidence on music education. This call will inform the development of proposals for the refresh of the National Plan for Music Education. They are inviting young people, parents and carers, teachers, headteachers, employers in the music industry and all those with an interest in music education, to take part.

Video clips to be introduced to driving theory test, improving accessibility for dyslexic candidates

Tuesday 18 February 2020


Today, Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency has announced that, from April 14, video clips are to replace written scenarios in UK driving theory tests to make them more accessible.