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Unit in Developing Numeracy Skills in Learners with Dyslexia and Dyscalculia – (DACPD99)

Enhance support for pupils with numeracy-related difficulties with our short online course

Our short CPD course will allow you to understand how Dyscalculia or related numeracy difficulties affect a learner’s access to Maths. You will examine the processes involved in mathematical thinking and how they link to aspects of memory and attention. You’ll explore both theory and practical ideas and develop strategies to effectively use structured, cumulative multisensory teaching to promote your learner/s comprehension of Mathematical terminology and concepts.

Why study Developing Numeracy Skills in Learners with Dyslexia and Dyscalculia?

By completing this unit, you will be able to:

1. Identify the cognitive attributes necessary for the development of numeracy skills

2. Identify the difficulties that learners with dyslexia may experience when developing numeracy skills

3. Discuss the importance of relational understanding in mathematical development

4. Identify the difficulties that learners with dyscalculia may experience when developing numeracy skills

5. Apply the principles of structured, cumulative, sequential, multisensory learning when teaching numeracy

At a glance

100% online training
Access anywhere
No live delivery
Developed by education professionals
Tutor support through online forums

and

CPD Standards Office Accredited
Level 4, mapped against Ofqual level descriptors
30 hours of self-paced study, over 8 weeks
Set start and assignment submission dates
Delivered through our Campus Online platform

Who is the Developing Numeracy Skills in Learners with Dyslexia and Dyscalculia course suitable for?

This unit is suitable for those working in a primary/secondary dyslexia/literacy environment or those working with adults who have at least one year’s recent and relevant experience and who are qualified to Level 3 (A Level or equivalent qualifications). The course is suitable for delegates in the UK or overseas

Please note: we reserve the right to request information in support of your application. Support assistants should identify a senior member of teaching staff within the organisation to act as your mentor during this course.

How is the course delivered?

Our courses are delivered through Campus Online, our unique online learning platform.

Campus Online allows you to study at your own pace, without the need to travel, or commit to particular dates or times. You’ll log in to access your study materials, contact your tutor for support, and connect and network with other delegates.

What is the cost?

£295 + VAT

  • Payments by debit/credit card should be made online at the time of registration
  • If you or your organisation require an invoice upfront there is an additional admin charge of £25 + VAT. A purchase order number (if applicable) and finance contact name, address, email and phone number will be required at the time of registration

There are no additional costs for International delegates.

When can I start and how can I book?

This CPD course runs six times a year with start dates in September, November, January, March, May and July.  Please click on the date below to make a booking.

  • 10 July 2024
    Book by 26 June (if an invoice is required upfront select ‘pay later’ option on form, or book by 3 July if paying by credit/debit card at time of registration)
    Submission deadline date for this unit is 4 September 2024
  • 11 September 2024
    Book by 28 August (if an invoice is required upfront select ‘pay later’ option on form, or book by 4 September if paying by credit/debit card at time of registration)
    Submission deadline date for this unit is 6 November 2024
  • 13 November 2024
    Book by 30 October (if an invoice is required upfront select ‘pay later’ option on form, or book by 6 November if paying by credit/debit card at time of registration)
    Submission deadline date for this unit is 8 January 2025
  • 15 January 2025
    Book by 1 January (if an invoice is required upfront select ‘pay later’ option on form, or book by 8 January if paying by credit/debit card at time of registration)
    Submission deadline date for this unit is 12 March 2025
  • 19 March 2025
    Book by 5 March (if an invoice is required upfront select ‘pay later’ option on form, or book by 12 March if paying by credit/debit card at time of registration)
    Submission deadline date for this unit is 14 May 2025
  • 21 May 2025
    Book by 7 May (if an invoice is required upfront select ‘pay later’ option on form, or book by 14 May if paying by credit/debit card at time of registration)
    Submission deadline date for this unit is 16 July 2025

What do our delegates say about Developing Numeracy Skills in Learners with Dyslexia and Dyscalculia?

I had been concerned that the course would take me out of my comfort zone but was very pleasantly surprised at how accessible the content was. The learning has
been helpful in my role as a tutor and in everyday life.”

“I have enjoyed the challenge of this course. being out of studying for a while, it’s hard to get back into that way of thinking. Enjoy the input, the new terminology, the fresh perspective and the consideration for new learners.”

“It is really worthwhile!”

Study this course as part of an Award

This unit contributes to the following Awards:

  • The Level 4 Developing Literacy Skills in Learners with Dyslexia (can swap with either DACPD84 or 85 or 86 units only) – book the Award here
  • The Level 5 Learning Support for Adults with Dyslexia (can swap with either DACPD93 or 94 units only) – book the Award here
  • The Level 4 Supporting International Learners with Dyslexia (can swap with units DACPD84 or 85 units only) – book the Award here

By booking three set units as an Award, you will save £30.

Participants who wish to study for an Award may swap this unit for another in the Awards shown above.

Dyslexia CPD delivered through our practice-led approach

This unit is comprised of three study cycles, each of which includes a Study, Practice, Reflect, and Collaborate section. There are also associated practical tasks, with reference to current research and case studies.

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