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With approximately 15% of people being affected by Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLDs), it is important for individuals to develop their understanding of what SpLDs are and how they can affect the lives of those impacted by them. From dyslexia and dyscalculia to ADHD and DCD, there are many types of SpLD and some people are affected by more than one. This course will help to identify ways of supporting individuals with SpLDs. By completing the course, learners will develop their knowledge and understanding of Specific Learning Difficulties. The units and topics included are ideal for learners who are looking to support individuals with SpLDs in any environment, be it at home, in the workplace, or in schools.
Unit 1: Understand specific learning difficulties In this unit, you will learn about the range and characteristics of specific learning difficulties, as well as the nature of them. Unit 2: Understand the effects of specific learning difficulties Within this unit, you will discover the effects of specific learning difficulties, as well as the strengths and barriers faced by individuals with them. Unit 3: Understand the diagnosis of specific learning difficulties In this unit, you will learn about the importance of seeking a formal diagnosis of specific learning difficulties and the process of diagnosing specific learning difficulties. Unit 4: Understanding supporting individuals with specific learning difficulties This unit will inform you of how support for individuals with specific learning difficulties can be provided in different settings and how individualised support is provided. Unit 5: Understand the context of specific learning difficulties In this unit, you will learn about how attitudes, legislation and services related to specific learning difficulties have changed over time. They will also learn to understand legislation in relation to specific learning difficulties.
You will complete online assessments. Assessments must be completed in the agreed timescale and submitted to the assessor who will then provide feedback, advice and guidance. All assessments must be completed within 12 weeks.
- You will be provided with an assessor who will guide you and provide feedback on your work
- Students who are successful in learning online are: Self disciplined Self motivated Prepared Have good time management skills
Dates are available throughout the year
If you are aged 19 or over:
This course is full. By applying you will be placed on a waiting list.
Did you know that many of our courses are free for students aged 19 and above?
Find out if you are eligible for free funding here, or contact our student service team on 0151 551 7777.
If you are required to pay a fee you may be entitled to an Adult Learner Loan or other financial support. For more information on support available visit Bursaries and Loans. We also allow payment by instalments for some courses.
Fee : £299.00
The fee quoted is for the academic year 22/23.
For advice and guidance, please contact Student Services via our online enquiry form