Free neuro-diversity 'train the trainer' webinars available

If you were not able to attend the neuro-diversity 'train the trainer' events, you now have the option of attending 3 free webinars instead.

Neuro-diversity training aims to equip delegates with information about dyslexia, dyspraxia, ADHD and autism so that they can support the children and young people with these learning difficulties.

Neuro-diversity train the trainer webinars are designed for members of staff who will be cascading the training to colleagues in their settings and there are three different strands, for primary, secondary or post-16.
The three sessions run for one hour each, starting on 19th January, and it is important that you attend all three webinars.

For more information and to register, go to
http://www.bdadyslexia.org.uk/events/view/name/free-train-the-trainer-webinars

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