Training Course Information
Books for All for Secondary School Pupils with Dyslexia (BA4)
Learn how to find and use textbooks and materials in alternative, accessible formats, and make your own materials accessible.
What's the course about?
“Literacy is fundamental to all areas of learning” but for many pupils, literacy is a struggle. ‘Books for All’ courses focus on creating and using accessible resources to give pupils greater independent access to the curriculum, which schools and local authorities are obliged to do.
What you'll learn on the course
Pupils with dyslexia with reading difficulties face challenges in accessing the curriculum. Learn how to find and use textbooks and materials in alternative, accessible formats, and make your own materials accessible.
The course trainers
Psychologist and Visual Impairment Specialist
Member of CALL assessment support team with expertise in visual impairment, assessment, deafblindness, complex support needs and other areas. Delivers CPD and training in Books for All / accessible formats; digital exams, consulting with children and young people and others.
Has authored or co-authored a number of books, research articles and practical guidance including Vision for Doing, Listening to children with communication support needs (with Sally Millar), and Books for All with Paul Nisbet.
Engineer and Educational Technologist