This SpLD qualifications are suitable for a wide range of education professionals including teachers, teaching assistants and other practitioners based in a classroom setting overseas.
Delivered entirely online, the Level 4 Certificate in Supporting International Learners with Dyslexia (DACRT67) is created by experts with real-world educational experience to empower delegates with practical and actionable skills, allowing you not only to engage with students with increased confidence but also create a pathway for professional progression.
By joining this programme you will:
The SpLD Qualifications in Supporting International Learners with Dyslexia are made up of six units:
Developing Numeracy Skills in Learners with Dyslexia and Dyscalculia (DACPD99) DACPD99 is not part of this pathway certificate but can be swapped out for either DACPD84 or 85
Please note: We reserve the right to request information in support of all applications from a headteacher or other suitably qualified line manager or referee
This Certificate is part of a wider CPD programme which offers the opportunity to choose from a range of study options:
You cannot book this Certificate outright but must book either:
*please note if you are a graduate with at least two years experience and are currently employed (recently or within the last two year’s employed to work with learners in a dyslexia/literacy setting and are looking for a fast track route to gaining the Level 5 Diploma you can study Focal Points for Literacy fast track Award (DAAWD80) instead of the above then move onto The Level 5 Certificate in Strategic Teaching Support for Dyslexia and Literacy (DACRT60)
Completion of DADIP61 will confer eligibility for Associate Membership of The Dyslexia Guild (ADG) recognised as the first grade of professional membership for a specialist teacher/practitioner.
The Level 5 Diploma in Strategic Teaching Support for Dyslexia and Literacy (DADIP61) 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.
Courses run six times a year with start dates in September, November, January, March, May and July
Level 4 Perspectives on Dyslexia (DAAWD51) contains units 51,52,53
Level 5 Supporting International Learners with Dyslexia (DAAWD67) contains units 84,85, 94
“This is an excellent short CPD course for me and I have enjoyed every single minute of it. I am very pleased that the course run during the summer period, as this is the only time I can do any course to improve my skills. The tutors are very supportive.”
“Excellent well structured and supported courses! Thank you!”
“The course provided a practical solution to CPD when other courses were impossible due to cost, time and location”
Our Level 4 and 5 CPD programme is approved by The CPD Standards Office.