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This mini eLearning module aims to provide employers, trainers and HR professionals with a brief overview of Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLD), how they may affect their workforce, and some basic support strategies that can be put in place to help individuals perform to their full potential in the workplace.
£48 per person (£40 +VAT)
The Quality Assurance Framework (DSA QAG) requires that NMH support workers must have appropriate training on the policies associated with this area of work before delivering DSA-funded NMH services.
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£144 per person (£120 +VAT)
This eLearning module aims to provide an understanding of the process and remit of a workplace needs assessment, the legal parameters of reasonable adjustments, where they fit within the context of employment and the scope and format of the workplace needs assessment process and report.
This course is aimed at practising assessors who assess adults or those working with school-age children who wish to further their knowledge of assessing adults. 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 new report format and how to effectively assess neurodiverse adults.
This SASC approved course is aimed at practising assessors who assess in the post-16 age group or those working with school-age children who wish to further their knowledge of assessing post 16. 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 Disabled Students Allowance (DSA) and how to effectively assess neurodiverse learners who will be entering university and/or applying for DSA.
eLearning or Blended (combination of eLearning and onsite)
This programme is intended to equip candidates with an understanding of the issues that dyslexic individuals face, and how they can be supported to develop coping strategies that will assist them in the workplace, in learning, and in day-to-day life.