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Fundamentals of Dyslexia Support

£120

eLearning

This eLearning module examines the fundamental approaches required when providing dyslexia support to an individual, and looks at simple strategies to support some of the more common areas of difficulty.

Key Tests: WRIT and TOMAL2 (SASC Approved)

£60

eLearning

This SASC approved course is aimed at practising assessors who assess individuals of all ages and wish to know more about using the key tests: WRIT and TOMAL2. Delegates should hold AMBDA and/or an APC or have completed a L7 qualification in the assessment and teaching of SpLD learners. The course will broaden their understanding of the how to assess using these tests as part of the assessment battery, and how to score these accurately.

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Practical Strategies for Organisational Skills

£60

eLearning

Difficulties with personal organisation such as time management and planning/sequencing tasks are a common area of difficulty experienced by dyslexic individuals. This module explores the nature of these difficulties and sets out clear strategies that can be used to support individuals effectively, as well as how to assist them in developing the skills they need to become better organised.

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Practical Strategies for Revision & Exam Technique

£60

eLearning

Individuals are frequently told to revise for exams but are rarely shown how to revise effectively or efficiently. This eLearning module identifies and explains a wide variety of strategies and approaches to support dyslexic individuals with effective revision so that they can maximise their learning. It also sets out techniques that can be taught to dyslexic individuals in order to help them to achieve success in examinations.

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Practical Strategies for Study Skills

£60

eLearning

Individuals are often asked to do independent study, but are rarely taught the skills to do so effectively. Dyslexic individuals, particularly, have often spent so much time struggling with literacy difficulties that they have not had the opportunity to develop good study skills. This module examines a range of approaches to study in order to support dyslexic individuals with developing and implementing effective study skills.

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Learner Motivation and Self-esteem

£60

eLearning

Developing and sustaining self-esteem and motivation can be a real challenge for individuals with additional needs and is an area that is important to address. Whilst this module is aimed at supporting dyslexic individuals, the strategies suggested here would be equally appropriate for those who are not dyslexic.