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People With Learning Difficulties: Social Work Learning Difficulties: Skills / Facilities
This course consolidates the nationally recognised AMBDA (Maths/Dyscalculia) and ATS qualifications and builds practitioners’ professional practice and research skills. The course has also been designed to allow those who wish to upgrade their current AMBDA or Practising Certificate to include the maths element of assessment to attain this in one year.
In the first year, this course aims to cover the practical teaching aspect of those with numeracy difficulties and dyscalculia to enable you to act as a ‘Specialist Teacher’ delivering and evaluating multi-sensory, structured, and cumulative numeracy programmes allowing you to apply for ATS/APS with the British Dyslexia Association as well as giving a postgraduate certificate in Dyscalculia Research and Practice. In the second year you will extend your knowledge to include the formal assessment of Dyscalculia and other numeracy difficulties to allow you to apply for AMBDA Maths/Dyscalculia with the British Dyslexia Association (BDA). Successful study in the second year also gives a Postgraduate Diploma in Dyscalculia Research and Practice.
Assessment is through case studies, essays, and a portfolio related to your practice.
Careers and Employability
Student Futures aims to deliver a service which is inclusive, impartial, welcoming, informed and tailored to your personal goals and aspirations, to enable you to develop as an individual and contribute to the business and community in which you will live and work. On completion this course lead onto PGDip in Dyscalculia Research and Practice.
2022/23 Home fee per 20 credit module £765. Where a taught programme is studied part-time (PT), the fees payable each year will depend on the number of modules studied during that year.
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A minimum of a 2:2 honours degree. At least two years’ experience of working with learners experiencing difficulties with maths/numbers is required, plus, as a minimum, a good pass (B/Grade 5) in GCSE Maths (or equivalent).
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