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Supporting Dyslexic Learners - practical solutions for primary

One day

£150

London, Manchester and Birmingham

This one-day in person training course is designed to give you a basic understanding of dyslexia, its co-occurrence with other specific learning differences, and how it impacts on learners across the curriculum.

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Supporting Dyslexic Learners - practical solutions for secondary & FE

One day

£150

London, Manchester and Birmingham

This one-day in person training course is designed to give you a basic understanding of dyslexia, its co-occurrence with other specific learning differences, and how it impacts on learners across the curriculum.

Introduction to Psychometric Testing – A Practical Workshop

1 day

£150 - £100 for BDA candidates studying Level 5 or Level 7

London

This one-day course introduces the basic principles of psychometric testing and allows participants to explore a variety of tests used in the diagnosis of dyslexia and for exam access arrangements. It combines essential information with practical activities so that participants can get a real sense of the requirements of psychometric testing and the different tools available.

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Practical Solutions + Reading

One day

From £120

London, Manchester and Birmingham. Also available as eLearning.

This course aims to develop an understanding of the processes involved in developing fluent reading and awareness of how dyslexia may impact on these.

Part of an Accredited Course

Practical Solutions + Spelling

One day

from £120

London, Manchester and Birmingham. Also available as eLearning.

This course aims to explore how learners develop a knowledge of spelling and the pitfalls which may affect those with dyslexia.

Part of an Accredited Course

Practical Solutions + Writing

One day

from £120

London, Manchester and Birmingham. Also available as eLearning.

This course will examine the challenges faced by dyslexic learners in acquiring good writing skills and how to support them at each stage of the process, from handwriting and basic motor skills, through to the ability to plan, organise and structure a piece of academic writing.