CPD & Training

CPD and Training

Find training opportunities to address identified areas. Either short CPD or long courses. Providers have shown where they link to the Framework, signposting relevant stages and strands. Provided by a range of organisations, training providers are responsible for the content and accuracy of their information and the training they provide.  A listing does not indicate an endorsement either actual or implied by the Framework team or the Dyslexia-SpLD Trust. Any further information should be directed to the relevant training provider using the contact details given.

 

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A course for specialist teachers/assessors in primary, secondary schools on assessment, support of SpLD learners in two specific areas. It looks at pupils with co-occurring SpLDs and those experiencing difficulties in maths. It considers tricky profiles of dyslexia and other SpLDs in context of a...
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Accredited CPD
Training method
Attendance based
Region
Greater London
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Specialist teachers/ assessors of SpLD learners have a significant role in supporting schools in the Code of Practice four stage cycle - Assess, Plan, Do and Review. This course will look beyond data gleaned from selected standard tests used in SpLD diagnostic assessment to the importance of the...
Training type
Accredited CPD
Training method
Attendance based
Region
Greater London
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This course is designed for assessors, specialist teachers to investigate two up to date test batteries, the Kaufman Educational Achievement Test TM 3rd Edition (KEAT TM -3) and the Academic Achievement Battery (AAB). The day explores the information to be gleaned from both the comprehensive and...
Training type
Accredited CPD
Training method
Attendance based
Region
Greater London
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The course provides identifying and assessment of dyslexia as part of Strand C. It will provide an opportunity to understand nature of assessment with regards to phonological processing and visual/ motor difficulties as related to learners with dyslexia. It combines both theory and practice to...
Training type
Accredited CPD
Training method
Attendance based
Region
Greater London
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This Unit introduces the practitioner to the concepts of structured, cumulative, multisensory learning. The links between attention, memory and multisensory input are explained. The need for structured, explicit intervention is examined. The practitioner should be able to design lessons to...
Training type
Accredited CPD
Training method
Online/Distance
Region
Various Regions
Schools and FE teachers are under increasing pressure to demonstrate evidence based effective intervention strategies, which enable students to cope with an increasingly demanding curriculum. Study skills have been demonstrated to the most cost effective and successful way to enable students to...
Training type
Non-accredited CPD
Training method
Attendance based
Region
Greater London
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This Unit was designed specifically for those that work with adult learners. It provides a framework for the support of adults with dyslexia and co-occurring difficulties in a variety of post-compulsory education environments. The holistic needs of the individual will be considered, as well as...
Training type
Accredited CPD
Training method
Online/Distance
Region
Various Regions
There are more than a million than a million children aged 5 – 18 years old in UK schools who speak in excess of 360 languages between them. International research suggests that at least 3% of these students will be dyslexic both in their first language and English. A phonological processing...
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Region
Greater London
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This Unit begins with a consideration of what we mean by study skills. It goes on to explore the barriers to learning that can impede the development of study skills in adults with dyslexia and the methods that can improve their access to learning.
Training type
Accredited CPD
Training method
Online/Distance
Region
Various Regions
This Unit begins with a consideration of what we mean by study skills.  It goes on to explore the barriers to learning that can impede the development of study skills in learners with dyslexia and the teaching methods that can improve their access to learning.
Training type
Accredited CPD
Training method
Online/Distance
Region
Various Regions

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