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Screening for Dyslexia Post 16 (Virtual Learning)

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£120

Virtual / Online

This training course is designed to take delegates through the complete processes of screening and identification of dyslexia, exploring the issues of best practice within this activity. Through the practical demonstration of screening tools, it will identify what a screening tool does along with its uses and limitations. Delegates will learn how to evaluate screening tools, individual profiles and reports from a tool and develop understanding of what the next steps might be for the individuals involved.

Part of an Accredited Course

Practical Solutions for Study Skills (Virtual Learning)

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£120

Virtual / Online

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 course examines a range of approaches to study in order to support dyslexic individuals with developing and implementing effective study skills.

Dyslexia at Work (Virtual Learning)

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£45

Virtual / Online

This short bite size session provides an overview of dyslexia and neurodiversity, what you might observe and signposts to important information.

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.

Part of an Accredited Course

Identifying Dyscalculia

1 Session

From £120

Virtual Training or In person

This one day in person training session will explore the differences between dyscalculia and general maths difficulties, and the indicators which may signal that a learner is at risk of dyscalculia.

Part of an Accredited Course

Supporting Students with Dyscalculia

2 Sessions

From £240

Virtual Training or In person

This two day in person training session will increase attendees' understanding of dyscalculia and effective strategies to support learners, through discussing subtypes of developmental dyscalculia and exploring, in greater detail, mathematical concepts such as the four operations, fractions, the concept of time, and the use of concrete manipulatives.