Special offer – £20+VAT discount for CPD Awards

Are you looking to expand your knowledge, gain new skills, and invest in your personal and professional growth in the new school term?

Then why not take advantage of our limited-time offer!

We are excited to share our new discount for all CPD awards commencing 13 September. Book now and save £20+VAT.

Our courses are delivered entirely online, which means you have the flexibility to learn at your own pace and convenience. Our user-friendly virtual learning platform Campus Online, and engaging course materials will enhance your learning experience and tutor support is available when required through online forums.

Each of the three set units within the Awards require between 20-30 hours of study over a seven-week period (units will run September, November and January) and our units equate to Level 4 or 5 on the Register of Regulated Qualifications (RQF).

Links to our available awards are detailed below, where you will also find a detailed syllabus document including eligibility requirements.

Which Awards are eligible for the Discount?

The discount will apply to the following awards for the 13 September 2023 cohort:

Perspectives on Dyslexia (DAAWD51)  
This Level 4 Award provides a solid, theoretical and practical grounding for practitioners in a wide range of settings who work with learners with dyslexia. Studying these closely related units will give you the opportunity to gain knowledge of the characteristics of dyslexia, how to support specific weaknesses commonly associated with dyslexia and an understanding of the key principles that underpin specialist teaching.

Developing Literacy Skills in Learners with Dyslexia (DAAWD52) 
This Level 4 Award provides the context in which literacy skills are acquired and developed. It will equip teachers and education professionals with the background knowledge essential for teaching learners with dyslexia and literacy difficulties. The interrelating research pertinent to developing literacy skills and appropriate intervention for learners with dyslexia will be explored.

Supporting Adults with Dyslexia and Co-occurring Difficulties (DAAWD59)
This Level 5 Award explores adult learning support from a range of perspectives. It is suitable for those working with Adults with dyslexia who want to minimise the impact dyslexia can have in the workplace or in further or higher education. This Award provides a framework for addressing the complex nature of dyslexia as a disability and offers practical solutions to ensure accessible learning for adults with dyslexia.

Learning Support for Adults with Dyslexia (DAAWD60) 
The units in this Level 5 Award explore three key specialist areas of learning and acknowledge the diverse classroom of today. You will learn how to address memory weakness in the learners you work with, develop writing skills and support EAL learners with dyslexia, exploring recent research that underpins the teaching methods to support learners with dyslexia and with EAL.

Supporting International Learners with Dyslexia (DAAWD67) 
This Level 4 Award in Supporting International Learners with Dyslexia allows professionals to develop and enhance their current skills and understanding. Whilst studying with us, you will question what currently takes place in your classroom and will learn new theories and strategies. You will learn from fellow professionals, will share your classroom experiences and discuss issues via the course forums.

How do I register for this Offer?

When you are ready to take advantage of this offer, please follow these simple steps:

  1. Choose your CPD Award. A description of all our available awards can be found here
  2. Go to our booking page online to select your chosen award and the date you wish to start, e.g. 13 September.
  3. On the next page, click ‘Register now’ 
  4. Please ensure you are logged in or have registered for an account prior to unit registration in order for the discount to be applied to your order.

Please note – Book by 30 August (if pay later/invoice required upfront) or book by 6 September if paying by credit/debit card at time of registration.

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