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Dyslexia is the additional support need you are most likely to encounter. The earlier you identify this need, the better. Our training can help.

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An ability to recognise, understand and support dyslexia can help your dyslexic employees and learners thrive in life, learning and work. Dyslexia Scotland has a programme of general and specialised dyslexia awareness CPD training workshops and online modules to upskill professionals in recognising dyslexia and creating more dyslexia inclusive cultures.

Click on the links below to book your place on a workshop:

20 February 2020     Dyslexia Awareness for Employers 

25 February 2020     Dyslexia Awareness for Career and Employability Coaches

17 March 2020         Dyslexia Awareness for Career and Employability Coaches

28 April 2020            Dyslexia Awareness for Employers

19 May 2020            Dyslexia Awareness for Employers

9 June 2020             Dyslexia Awareness for Employers

25 August 2020        Dyslexia Awareness for Employers

1 September 2020    Dyslexia Awareness for Employers

E-learning:

Introductory online module for Community Learning and Development practitioners

This module has been developed and written by a collaborative partnership between Education Scotland, Dyslexia Scotland and the CLD Standards Council Scotland with support from the Specific Learning Difficulties Forum to raise awareness of the impact of dyslexia and ways of supporting dyslexic learners in the post-school setting.

Please click the link below to access this course on the open university website.  It is available to anyone to complete and is completely free of charge.

www.open.edu/openlearncreate/dyslexia-inclusive-practice-CLD

Bespoke training for educators & employers
We can come to you!  Are you looking for training for a number of your staff and prefer an in-house delivery?  In addition to the training offered above, we can also offer a bespoke service offering in-house training sessions to your staff.  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 info@dyslexiascotland.org.uk 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