The Dyslexia Guild

Dyslexia Action Training is a leading provider of accredited training and we have successfully delivered more than 15,000 courses to education professionals since 2010 and many more since we were first established in 1972. Our Level 4 and 5 Continuing Professional Development (CPD) courses provide a flexible route to gaining specialist knowledge and practical skills relevant to a wide range of settings. We offer pathways through these courses to strengthen the expertise and confidence of teachers, SENCos, practitioners, teaching assistants, learning support staff, language therapists, tutors, lecturers, and those who support students with literacy difficulties, dyslexia, and other specific learning difficulties (SpLD).  We also welcome international participants and those working with adults in further and higher education and other relevant settings.
The Dyslexia Guild is the professional membership body of Dyslexia Action and consists of a network of professionals who are committed to staying connected and furthering their specialist teaching, assessment, and support for those with dyslexia and other literacy difficulties. The Guild aims to promote discussion, information, and research as well as keep members informed of developments in the field through publication and distribution. The Dyslexia Guild is an SpLD Assessment Practising Certificate (APC) awarding body issuing Assessment Practising Certificates on behalf of the SpLD Assessment Standards Committee (SASC).
The Dyslexia Guild expects all members to complete a CPD Log (those on conditional memberships to engage in 30 hours of CPD a year, moving to 10 hours a year once SpLD qualifications are completed). We ask for relevant and ongoing evidence of continuing professional development (CPD) in the field of dyslexia/SpLD: e.g. Dyslexia Action, or other recognised development and training programmes.
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