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Dyslexia – Training for Employers

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Training to enable employers to become aware of dyslexia and how it may affect their workforce

22 February 2006 – Renaissance House, Leicester
06 March 2006 – Hinsley Hall, Leeds

‘The aim of the training is to help provide a beginners guide for employers to help them become aware of dyslexia and how it may affect their workforce. The training will also help employers to address the needs of dyslexic people by making them aware of the "reasonable adjustments" they may need to make, particularly in relation to workplace training, as well as indicating what benefits dyslexic people may bring to the workplace.’

For more information, visit the NIACE website

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