We welcome all those with a professional interest in dyslexia and SpLD (you do not need to be a guild member but will receive a discounted rate if you are), including specialist teachers and assessors, psychologists, learning support tutors and assistants. Guild members enjoy a preferential rate and we welcome new members to our community from all settings. Our conference aims to provide a great opportunity to meet and network with dyslexia/SpLD specialists.
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CCET will help you to understand how assessments using psychometric tests are developed, how to use them effectively, and how to interpret the results. We will show you how to test appropriately, the available alternatives, and the best ways in which to use them. It will enable you to apply for the BPS Test User Educational qualification and to join the BPS’s Register of Qualifications in Test Use – a publicly searchable database of competence that will bolster your professional reputation.
The annual conference will feature keynote speakers, a wide range of workshops and discussion panels. The event will focus on ways of improving the employment rates of people who have a learning disability, autism condition or long-term mental health needs and is expected to be attended by over 200 people. The conference is aimed at • Managers and staff delivering specialist employment services, supported internships and apprenticeships • SEND Commissioners