Welcome to Dyslexia Action Training and Education
A Professional body which offers Teacher Training and Professional Development. Our specialist courses are designed to strengthen the expertise and confidence of teachers, teaching assistants and support tutors to ensure the progress and achievement of children and adults with literacy and specific learning difficulties including dyslexia and other co-occuring difficulties.
The Dyslexia Guild is a professional body with open membership, which welcomes individuals with a professional interest in dyslexia, including primary and secondary teachers, SENCO's, teaching assistants, Further and Higher Education tutors, advisory specialists and psychologists, as well as parents, dyslexia and specific learning disability assessors, librarians and other specialists who support those with dyslexia.
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Our Annual Summer Conference includes keynote speakers, a selection of seminars on topical subjects, opportunities to network with suppliers and other practitioners.
|Dyslexia Guild Annual Summer Conference 2015|
|Dyslexia Guild Annual Summer Conference 2014|
|Dyslexia Guild Annual Summer Conference 2013|
To see full list of conferences please Click Here.
Dyslexia Action uses a Virtual Learning Environment (an e-learning platform) called Moodle, which is also used at many international and UK colleges and universities including the University of London and the Open University. The learning environment consists of web pages that represent courses, modules or units. Each course is divided into topics where you will find links to readings, audio/video recordings of lectures and links to external reading resources. To see how Moodle looks like please Click below
Syllabus and available course dates from September 2014 - August 2015 please click on the relevant programme links below for further information:
|1. Level 4 & 5 CPD Programme Brochures|
|2. Level 7 CPD Programme Brochures|
|3. International Programme Brochures|
|4. Postgraduate Programme Brochure|
|5. Supporting Adults Programme Brochures|