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Certificate in Understanding Specific Learning Difficulties Level 2

There’s a misconception that specific learning difficulties are the same as learning disabilities. This is incorrect. They really refer to a group of conditions that affect how we process, learn or retain information. You may have heard about conditions like dyslexia, attention deficit disorder (ADD), and dyscalculia. But are you aware of their diagnosis or how to support individuals? Whether you’re a teaching or healthcare professional, our level 2 qualification develops your knowledge of learning difficulties and barriers individuals may face.

Specific learning difficulties are prevalent throughout society. According to British Dyslexia Association, ten percent (10%) of UK population are dyslexic. Furthermore, Demos, Britain’s leading think-tank, revealed that 5% of children and 2.5% of adults are affected by ADD. (And that’s just the people diagnosed). Thing is, these specific learning difficulties affect our coping mechanisms, how we manage our surroundings, but also our relationships with others. Of course, if we can help you to prevent this, we’re ready to support you!

Perhaps you know someone with specific learning difficulties? Maybe you want to better identify and support those living these difficulties? If so, then look no further. Our level 2 is a vital addition to any teaching, social or healthcare resume. Above all, this RQF qualification quickly develops your insight into specific learning difficulties. As a result, you can better support people and advance your chosen career.

Our RQF Certificate in Understanding Specific Learning Difficulties teaches you:

  • The characteristics of specific learning difficulties
  • How various difficulties overlap or occur together
  • Hyposensitivity and hypersensitivity in individuals
  • Case studies with examples of people with difficulties
  • Signs of learning difficulties in life, work and education
  • Common misconceptions around learning difficulties
  • How an individual’s learning difficulties may affect others
  • Effects on the individual of internal and external factors
  • The importance of formal diagnosis and barriers to diagnosis
  • Discrimination in the workplace, education and social settings
  • And so much more!



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