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Dept For Education pays for free dyslexia training in schools.

In a recent blog I wrote about an initiative from the UK Gov Department For Education providing funding for training for schools on dyslexia.

I am pleased to be able to share with you that there is free training being scheduled for educational professionals across the next few months.

The training events will be delivered by the British Dyslexia Association, Dyslexia Action, The Helen Arkell Centre, PATOSS, The Dyslexia Foundation and Manchester Metropolitan University.

For full information simply click the poster below;

I will be adding the training dates to the events page on this website.  Click the banner below to access our current events listing.


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