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Education: Dyslexia Research and Practice

Course Description

This course offers a nationally recognised postgraduate professional qualification for teachers whilst also offering professional accreditation from the British Dyslexia Association. Teachers will be able to engage directly with methods of raising school standards by developing teachers’ expertise and increasing pupils’ skills in reading, writing and spelling, motivation and self-confidence.


Visit the Education: Dyslexia Research and Practice page on the University of Chester website for more details!

Entry Requirements

This course is for teachers with Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) or Qualified Teacher Learning and Skills' Status (QTLS), or equivalent. Teachers need to have a reference number for the General Teaching Council for England or Department for Education. Teachers will be asked to provide a supporting statement from their head teacher supporting their suitability as a specialist teacher and his/her commitment to supporting student access to one-to-one teaching. He/she will also be asked to confirm that teachers satisfy the Criminal Records Bureau’s mandatory criteria of 'Clearance to Work with Children and/or Vulnerable Adults'. Non-QTS applicants are welcome with relevant experience.

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