SPELD NZ Introduction to Specific Learning Disabilities two-day course
- Are you struggling to support a child or adult with dyslexia?
- Are you concerned about your child’s learning journey?
- Are you aware of children who are disruptive, withdrawn, bright but not achieving?
- Are you working with a child who is not progressing as you would expect?
SPELD NZ’S two-day introductory course is for you!
This Level 3 NZQA-approved course is an Introduction. It will cover great insights into what it’s like to have a Specific Learning Disability (SLD) and why SLD occurs. It also offers constructive, practical strategies to help these learners in the classroom setting and at home.
Attendees come from a variety of backgrounds, including parents/whanau and educators (such as teacher aides, tutors, learning support co-ordinators, teachers, SENCO, school management). It is suitable for those with limited knowledge of SLD, such as dyslexia, and for people interested in refreshing their knowledge or learning more.
This is a two-day course and it runs from 9am to 4pm. You need to attend both days.
No prior qualifications are required to enrol. A certificate is issued on completion of the course.
Early bird cut off: 10 June 2021 (we need to receive registration and payment before this date to qualify for the early bird price).
- SPELD NZ members per person: $250.00, Early bird payment: $200.00
- Non-Members: $350.00, Early bird payment (non members): $300.00
Cost includes course notes and morning tea.
SPELD NZ Friend membership costs $40pa and a membership form can be downloaded at this link https://www.speld.org.nz/our-services/training/introduction-specific-learning-disabilities/, along with registration for this course. As SPELD NZ is a registered charity, the Friend membership fee is tax-deductible.
Spaces are limited. To register, complete the registration link at our website SPELD NZ Introduction to Specific Learning Disabilities - SPELD NZ
To contact us email: firstname.lastname@example.org or ph (028) 2554 8204.
These courses are being held throughout New Zealand.
Contact: Sally Neary
(028) 2554 8204