Disability & Dyslexia Awareness for Post 16 Educators (England)


Price is per online user of this course – no VAT

Dyslexia is the most commonly occurring disability in higher and further education but it is one of the least understood conditions. It is not uncommon for students to be identified as dyslexic for the first time in 6th form or at college/university when they have time to explore unexpected barriers to learning and achievement.

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Product Description

This course is offered in 6 sections, each section being broken into parts that can be completed in 20-­‐30 minutes. Equality legislation as it affects 16+ education is reviewed and the nature of dyslexia how it affects many students age 16+ is explored. Some  of them differences between teenage and more mature dyslexic learners are considered.

Course members will explore barriers to learning and simple strategies for overcoming these and consider reasonable adjustments to assessment arrangements and how best to apply these. Case studies are used to illustrate some of the difficulties adult learners with dyslexia might experience. There is a wealth of high quality downloadable Course Papers and Information Sheets as well as direct links to video clips and other relevant websites.

An interactive forum allows direct contact with the course tutor and with other course members. There is a short quiz at the end of each section and a final review quiz that may indicate any section you may need to cover in more depth and help you reflect on  your learning.

Price is per online user of this course and is zero rated for VAT.

Discounts apply as follows:

  • 10% for 10 users
  • 20% for 20 users
  • 30% for 30 users
  • 40% for 40 users
  • 50% for 50+ users.

Additional Information




Professional Development


Online Course


20 – 49 hours


Special Educational Needs


6 months


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