Online Dyslexia Awareness CPD:
Introductory online modules for Community Learning and Development practitioners and teachers.
These modules have been developed and written to raise awareness of the impact of dyslexia and ways of supporting dyslexic learners in school, and in a post-school setting. Please visit the link below to access these courses on the Open University website. These are available to anyone to complete and are completely free of charge:
Free Udemy course for Career and Employability Coaches:
This video-based course has been created to provide career development practitioners with an overview of dyslexia, difficulties dyslexic clients may experience with application forms, and practical ways to support learning:
DYSLEXIA SCOTLAND'S TRAINING PROGRAMME 2020
An ability to recognise, understand and support dyslexia can help your dyslexic employees and learners thrive in life, learning and work. Dyslexia Scotland has created a programme of general and specialised dyslexia awareness training workshops facilitated by experienced and qualified specialists. You can find out costs and book by clicking on the appropriate link below.
1 September 2020 Dyslexia Awareness Training for Employers (ONLINE)
22 September 2020 Dyslexia Awareness for Human Resources Professionals
29 September 2020 Dyslexia Awareness for Human Resources Professionals
We can come to you! Are you looking for training for a number of your staff and prefer an in-house delivery? This is a service that Dyslexia Scotland can offer. However, during the 'Lockdown' this service can also be delivered via the Zoom platform. So whether you want to raise awareness, gain an understanding of dyslexia and its strengths or support students with learning difficulties, or wish to tackle a very specific area of dyslexia – we can help. Call us on 01786 446650 for more details or email firstname.lastname@example.org for up-to-date costs.
The workshop was excellent and a useful tool since the scenarios were very true to life.
Chief Inspector John Moore, West Lothian Police force