Our accredited qualifications and training programmes teach learners how to increase their employability potential by applying assistive-technology skills to work-based situations.
They are comprehensive training solutions developed to the highest standards and ideal for anyone who is serious about developing their assistive-technology skill-set.
SQA Customised Award: Assistive Technology and Business Skills for Dyslexia
Our Award is designed to help individuals with dyslexia prove to employers that they can perform successfully in the workplace. One of its primary features is that it’s rated on the SCQF framework ensuring that it’s a qualification that really means something.
The Award combines software and business skills training to form an all-encompassing training journey. It’s ideal for anyone with dyslexia who is in employment or aspires to be.
- Worth 12 credit points at Level 5 on the SCQF framework
- Ideal for learners based in Scotland
- 100 hours of learning
- Interactive, trackable learning experiences
- Personal support from experienced trainers
- Study and work skills
Skills to Support Your Dyslexia in the Workplace Accredited By City&Guilds
Individuals with dyslexia can often struggle with basic literacy, communication and organisational skills. These are highly valued in the modern workplace, especially in an office environment where productive dialogue and professional time management contribute to a successful company.
Concept Northern believe that no one with dyslexia should be disadvantaged at work or unable to achieve their potential. That’s why we created our training programme accredited by City & Guilds – “Skills to Support Your Dyslexia in the Workplace”. The programme teaches learners how Assistive Technology can help when completing common work tasks including planning a project, preparing a presentation and interacting with colleagues.
- Flexible learning – complete all study and assessment online
- Ideal for all learners, regardless of location
- Assistive technology and employability skills
- Increase knowledge and build confidence
- Developed in accordance with City&Guilds criteria
Access to Work
An Access to Work grant can pay for practical support if you have a disability, health or mental health condition to help you start working, stay in work or move into self-employment.
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