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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.

Part of an Accredited Course

The Dyslexia Friendly Learning Environment

£60

eLearning

It is recognised that the vast majority of dyslexic individuals spend most, if not all, of their education time in a mainstream classroom or learning environment. This module identifies how the “classroom” and “institution” can be made dyslexia friendly, thus creating an inclusive learning environment. This module is linked to the BDA's Quality Mark which provides a template of good practice in this arena.

Part of an Accredited Course

Practical Solutions for Hidden Difficulties

£120

eLearning

This eLearning module explores a range of some of the more frequently identified Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLDs). It also considers the likelihood of co-occurrence and how each individual is therefore likely to have a unique profile of strengths and difficulties, requiring a range of support strategies.

Practical Solutions for Dyslexia

2.5 hours

£75

London

This half-day in person training session aims to give you a brief introduction to dyslexia and to develop a good basic understanding of specific learning differences.

Practical Solutions for Dyspraxia

2.5 hours

£75

London

This half-day in person course aims to give you a brief introduction to dyspraxia, helping you to develop a basic understanding of the condition and how to identify it.

Introduction to Dyscalculia (Vitual Training)

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£60

Virtual / Online

This virtual training session session aims to provide a brief introduction to dyscalculia and to develop an understanding of its relationship to general maths difficulties.