On these pages you can learn more about how we can work with you to support students with literacy and numeracy difficulties, dyslexia and other specific learning difficulties.
The Dyslexia Guild Annual Summer Conference, Wednesday 28th June 2017, London
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Why study with Dyslexia Action and who our courses are suitable for
Our training courses are designed to strengthen the expertise and confidence of teachers, SENCos, teaching assistants, instructors, tutors, learning support staff and lecturers who support students with literacy difficulties, dyslexia and other specific learning difficulties (SpLDs).
We offer training at various levels to ensure all of your staff are able to deal with Dyslexia and Co-occurring difficulties at all levels and also a number of services for those who are already trained SpLD specialist teachers and assessors.
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On the pages below we explore some of our training options available, we also offer Awards for teachers and assistants and information on becoming a specialist teacher/assessor
How else can Dyslexia Action Help?
Dyslexia Action Learning Centres also offer training for parents, to help in supporting children with dyslexia at home. Courses are also offered for employers, to help with supporting staff with dyslexia.
At Level 4 and 5
Those working with Primary/Secondary in the UK - CPD Pathways
Those working within HE/FE - CPD Pathway at Level 4 and 5
At level 5 or level 7
Ensure your current practice is informed, up to date and relevant
Our membership body which aims to promote discussion, information sharing and research.
On these pages we look at some useful learning tools that can be used in the classroom to support students.
Dyslexia Action can offer a variety of specialist support to help pupils with dyslexia, literacy and numeracy difficulties.