DACRT60 – This level 5 Certificate course is the second part of the Level 5 Diploma qualification and provides an introduction to a structured specialist teaching program that can be used in school or college settings or with individuals of any reading age in private practice.
DACPD81: Principles of literacy intervention for learners with dyslexia and other literacy-related difficulties
DACPD82: Structured sequential literacy support and the placement process
DACPD83: Developing a Literacy Intervention for learners with dyslexia or literacy-related difficulties
The core curriculum is delivered by means of a range of e-learning resources. These include presentations, articles, exercises, videos and follow-up activities and tasks for participants to carry out at intervals. This course includes a Teaching Intervention Programme which the participant will undertake with one learner within their school/work environment.
The Level 5 Certificate in Strategic Teaching Support is a demanding and intensive course which generally takes around 8-10 months to complete, part time. The Certificate requires an average of 10 hours of study per week. This includes the time needed for planning and delivering the Teaching Intervention Programme. The first Unit of each course is offered in September, January and May each year. Units must be followed sequentially, following the course schedule.
This course can be studied by candidates who have completed and received results for any of the
following Pathway Certificates:
Qualified specialist teachers with a Level 5 or Level 7 specialist SpLD teaching qualification who wish to gain an introduction and practical experience of the Dyslexia Action Literacy Programme are also eligible to apply for the Certificate course (DACRT60).
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The Level 5 Diploma (DADIP61) confers eligibility for Associate Membership of the Dyslexia Guild (ADG) recognized as the first grade of professional membership for a specialist teacher.
The Level 5 Diploma is also accredited by the British Dyslexia Association for Approved Teacher Status or Approved Practitioner Status (ATS/APS) and approved by The CPD Standards Office.