It’s World Autism Week this week so we wanted to tell you about the second edition of our popular Learning Support Guide. Produced in conjunction with industry experts, this handy guide has been designed to benefit anyone undertaking a Learning Support role with valuable behaviour insight and practical strategies tailored to an FE setting.

To access your copy of ‘Learning Support – A Practical Guide’, simply login to Candidate Space, visit the Learning Zone and click the ‘Learning Support Resources’ tab

Teaching and learning strategies to help include all learners

Written and reviewed by Susan Dickson and Sally Patricia Warr in conjunction with Protocol, our increasingly popular Learning Support handbook is now in its updated 2nd edition. Covering the scientific knowledge and understanding of behaviours associated with ADHD, Down’s Syndrome, Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, Dyspraxia, Autism and Asperger’s, this handbook is invaluable to anyone working in a Learning Support role.

Ian Sackree, Protocol’s Chief Operating Officer explains “It is a guide not to ‘diagnose’ learners, but to help identify behaviours and most importantly identify strategies to ensure that learners and their support staff gain the most from their FE experience. Throughout this guide, we have included inspirational examples to show how every learner can achieve their full potential.”

If you are interested in becoming a Learning Support Worker through Protocol, register with us today

If you’d like to purchase a copy of ‘Learning Support – A Practical Guide’? Contact our Marketing department at: marketing@protocol.co.uk 

 

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