Teaching & Supporting SpLD Students

People with specific needs and learning difficulties account for more than 10% of the population.

For these individuals basic skills such as writing, reading and information processing can present a significant challenge. Consequently despite high levels of intelligence and abilities in other areas many people with SpLDs are still perceived, unfairly, as lazy or stupid.

All too often, formal education and business struggle to cater for the diverse nature of their differences, resulting in under achievement, lack of self-esteem and, potentially, the under development and performance in both academic and employability areas.

With the correct knowledge and training, managers, HR teams teachers and trainers can make life easier for staff and students and even tap into the specialist skills and strengths that many possess to enhance business and learning for all

Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Autism, ADD/ADHD, Asperger Syndrome and Attachment Disorders are some of the more common formal, but complex, special needs that people may come across.

Concrew Training’s fast-paced workshops explore some of the most common conditions in some detail and provide a range of easy to implement ideas, suggestions and strategies that organisations and individuals can adopt to enable those with special needs to maximise their potential and efficiency.

Most of these workshops were originally developed to support teachers, trainers and elarning support staff but content is highly appropriate and can be aligned to, the needs of the wider public, not for profit and commercial sectors.