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The. Severe, Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties (SPMLD). Read more
The Master of Education in Specific Learning Difficulties (Dyslexia) is a part-time two-year level 9 programme. The programme has also been accredited by the British Dyslexia Association and graduates are eligible for Associate Membership of the BDA (AMBDA). Read more
This leading programme in the field of dyslexia prepares teachers to critically evaluate and develop evidence-based practice to become specialist teachers and assessors of learners with literacy difficulties. Read more
The Specific Learning Difficulties (Dyslexia) course is designed for mainstream teachers or those working in an educational setting (including practitioners with a particular responsibility for supporting children, young people and adults with dyslexia) who wish to deepen their understanding of dyslexia and link this learning to the School Improvement Plan. Read more
Develop the knowledge and skills to become a dyslexia expert in a school. This course supports teachers and professionals working in education to identify, assess, plan intervention for, teach and support students with specific learning difficulties (SpLD). Read more
All modules can be taken on weekday evenings (and occasional weekends), so that Part-Time students can fit this Master’s Degree around existing professional commitments. Read more
The current national agenda for Special Educational Needs and the Special Educational Needs and Disability Code of Practice. 0-25 Years (DfE/DoH, 2015) indicates a government commitment to supporting training which promotes positive quality services for children from 0 to 25 and their families. Read more
This course focuses on difficulties in literacy acquisition, including dyslexia, among young people and investigates how potential barriers to learning can be ameliorated within educational contexts. Read more
This programme, which is suitable for graduates working in educational settings, will equip you with an understanding of the critical debates and issues surrounding dyscalculia and mathematics learning difficulties. Read more
Learning disability nurses enable individuals to live their lives to their full potential within the social context they choose, through collaborative interventions across a variety of health and social care settings and by using specialist input, through person centred practice, underpinned by the concept of partnership working. Read more
This programme, which is suitable for graduates working in educational settings, will enhance and develop your knowledge of a range of learning difficulties, enabling you to gain a deeper understanding of special education needs (SEN) and inclusion. Read more
The . Language, Literacies and Dyslexia. Read more
Study at the university's School of Sport and Service Management in Eastbourne and you will benefit from an environment that promotes personal development, diversity and innovation.
The College of Engineering and Physical Sciences at the University of Birmingham offers a breadth of quality postgraduate programmes in Engineering that few institutions in Europe can match.
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