Level 7 Diploma in Teaching and Assessing Learners with Dyslexia/Specific Learning Difficulties

This course provides both theoretical and practical approaches to become a specialist assessor, developing the knowledge and understanding as Specialist Teacher and their ability to carry out diagnostic assessments, write reports and deliver effective teaching sessions to learners with dyslexia and other learning difficulties affecting literacy and numeracy.

Who can attend?

Candidates with an OCR Level 5 qualification in Teaching Learners with Dyslexia/Specific Learning Difficulties or the equivalent.

You will be recognised as a Specialist Teacher
Funding

Courses

1. Cambridge - £3,295 – £3,495 + VAT (often refundable for most schools and colleges)

Suitable for candidates who prefer to work alongside a small group of colleagues. There are opportunities for overlearning, sharing of best practice and consolidating understanding of concepts face to face with tutors.

If you wish to understand the benefits of blended learning please click on this link and watch the video on the top right-hand side: Wikipedia.

BLENDED LEARNING DATES:

Saturday 6th October 2018
Saturday 17th November 2018
Saturday 12th January 2019
Saturday 2nd March 2019
Saturday 27th April 2019

Next course enrolment: September 2019

Option A: Blended Learning Cambridge - £3,295

+VAT (often refundable for most schools and colleges)

i) The course offers an online interactive experience, the content of which is delivered through:

  • Reading materials/resources
  • Lectures
  • Power points
  • Videos
  • Demonstrations of assessment material protocols
  • Hands-on practical sessions with a range of assessment materials
ii) As well as having access to the online course materials, Blended Learning candidates attend 5 Study Days with a small group. These study days are scheduled after candidates have completed a section of the online course and provide the opportunity for candidates to:
  • Consolidate their learning with colleagues and a tutor in a face to face setting
  • Take part in practical activities, discussion, and quizzes to inform best practice.
  • Build a supportive network of colleagues taking the course to share the experience,
  • Compare, share and discuss resources
  • Enrich their experience of learners with dyslexia through comparison of different learner profiles, ages, and settings
  • Review key skills taught on the online course
  • Review portfolio work
  • Observe and share demonstrations
  • Have a ‘tour’ through exemplar portfolios

iii) Candidates are further supported by a personal tutor, offering guidance and advice on assignments, which include essays and a teaching portfolio, including:

  • An essay on psychometric testing
  • A research-based essay
  • At least 3 diagnostic reports
  • 3 videoed sessions, including assessing and teaching
  • A teaching programme
Option B: Blended Learning Cambridge with Specialist Setting Visit - £3,495

St Faith's School, Trumpington Road, Cambridge, CB2 8AG

2. Blended Learning Woodford Green, London - £3,395 - £3,595 + VAT (often refundable for most schools and colleges)

Suitable for candidates who prefer to work alongside a small group of colleagues. There are opportunities for overlearning, sharing of best practice and consolidating understanding of concepts face to face with tutors.Suitable for candidates who prefer to work alongside a small group of colleagues. There are opportunities for overlearning, sharing of best practice and consolidating understanding of concepts face to face with tutors.

If you wish to understand the benefits of blended learning please click on this link and watch the video on the top right-hand side: Wikipedia.

BLENDED LEARNING DAYS:

Friday 12th October 2018
Friday 23rd November 2018
Friday 18th January 2019
Friday 8th March 2019
Friday 5th April 2019

Next course enrolment: September 2019

Option A: Blended Learning Woodford Green, London - £3,395

+VAT (often refundable for most schools and colleges)

i) The course offers an online interactive experience, the content of which is delivered through:

  • Reading materials/resources
  • Lectures
  • Power points
  • Videos
  • Demonstrations of assessment material protocols
  • Hands-on practical sessions with a range of assessment materials

ii) As well as having access to the online course materials, Blended Learning candidates attend 5 Study Days with a small group. These study days are scheduled after candidates have completed a section of the online course and provide the opportunity for candidates to:

  • Consolidate their learning with colleagues and a tutor in a face to face setting
  • Take part in practical activities, discussion and quizzes to inform best practice.
  • Build a supportive network of colleagues taking the course to share the experience,
  • Compare, share and discuss resources
  • Enrich their experience of learners with dyslexia through comparison of different learner profiles, ages, and settings
  • Review key skills taught on the online course
  • Review portfolio work
  • Observe and share demonstrations
  • Have a ‘tour’ through exemplar portfolios
iii) Candidates are further supported by a personal tutor, offering guidance and advice on assignments, which include essays and a teaching portfolio, including:
  • An essay on psychometric testing
  • A research-based essay
  • At least 3 diagnostic reports
  • 3 videoed sessions, including assessing and teaching
  • A teaching programme
Option B: Blended Learning Woodford Green, London with Specialist Setting Visit - £3,595

The Atrium, Inmans Row, Woodford, Woodford Green, IG8 0NH

3. Blended Learning Woking, Surrey - £3,395 - £3,595 + VAT (often refundable for most schools and colleges)

Suitable for candidates who prefer to work alongside a small group of colleagues. There are opportunities for overlearning, sharing of best practice and consolidating understanding of concepts face to face with tutors.Suitable for candidates who prefer to work alongside a small group of colleagues. There are opportunities for overlearning, sharing of best practice and consolidating understanding of concepts face to face with tutors.

If you wish to understand the benefits of blended learning please click on this link and watch the video on the top right-hand side: Wikipedia.


Option A: Blended Learning Woking, Essex - £3,395

+VAT (often refundable for most schools and colleges)

i) The course offers an online interactive experience, the content of which is delivered through:

  • Reading materials/resources
  • Lectures
  • Power points
  • Videos
  • Demonstrations of assessment material protocols
  • Hands-on practical sessions with a range of assessment materials

ii) As well as having access to the online course materials, Blended Learning candidates attend 5 Study Days with a small group. These study days are scheduled after candidates have completed a section of the online course and provide the opportunity for candidates to:

  • Consolidate their learning with colleagues and a tutor in a face to face setting
  • Take part in practical activities, discussion and quizzes to inform best practice.
  • Build a supportive network of colleagues taking the course to share the experience,
  • Compare, share and discuss resources
  • Enrich their experience of learners with dyslexia through comparison of different learner profiles, ages, and settings
  • Review key skills taught on the online course
  • Review portfolio work
  • Observe and share demonstrations
  • Have a ‘tour’ through exemplar portfolios

iii) Candidates are further supported by a personal tutor, offering guidance and advice on assignments, which include essays and a teaching portfolio, including:

  • An essay on psychometric testing
  • A research-based essay
  • At least 3 diagnostic reports
  • 3 videoed sessions, including assessing and teaching
  • A teaching programme
Option B: Blended Learning Woking, Essex with Specialist School - £3,595

Knowl Hill School, School Lane, Pirbright, Woking, Surrey, GU24 0JN