Teaching and Supporting the Dyslexic Learner
Working Effectively with Support Assistants in the classroom
Providing Equal Access for Students with Specific Learning Differences
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Training sessions have consistently been rated as good or excellent by delegates.
The SEND Code of Practice states that all teaching and support staff should be trained and have awareness of quality teaching for students with specific learning difficulties and disabilities.
We are able to offer a range of training packages for professionals wishing to develop their skills in supporting and teaching learners with dyslexia and will work with you to ensure training specifically designed to meet your needs.
This includes :
New course enrolling now for 2018/19
Dyslexia Herts with Partners in Education
OCR Level 7 Diploma in Teaching and Assessing Learners with Dyslexia/Specific Learning Difficulties
This qualification is designed to provide a route for continual professional development for teachers/trainers who have responsibility for specific learning difficulties (SpLD) across a whole age phase/centre and are involved with advising and supporting classroom teachers.
Who is it for?
The target group is likely to include:
•Specialist and Advisory teachers
•SENCOs/ Inclusion Managers, Learning Support tutors and managers.
•Speech and Language therapists and other professionals working in an educational setting.
The course will run in Berkhamsted on 11 Saturdays from September 2018- July 2019