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How to support Neurodiverse learners
Understanding neurodiversity and cognition is an essential tool to deliver the best support for your learners.
In this practical handbook, we share how you can recognise and support neurodiverse learners from end to end.
To help you deliver best in class learner support and transform learner attainment.
How to implement reasonable adjustments
Implementing reasonable adjustments in your organisation is easier than you think.
In this practical handbook, we break reasonable adjustments down into 5 simple steps.
To help you improve the learner journey and transform completion rates.
How to support adult learners and drive progressions
We have to be ready to support growing numbers of adult learners, who will have to balance study with work, financial or caring responsibilities and will each learn at their own pace.
In this practical handbook, we break down how to best support your adult learners and drive progressions.
How to support degree level apprentices
Degree apprenticeships are becoming a popular alternative to traditional undergraduate degrees.
Learning differences can affect people at every level of education, and these differences can cause difficulties for some learners.
In this handbook, we break down how to support level 6 and 7 learners and give 9 tips to drive inclusivity and support all learners to achieve their qualification.
Learning support funding: how to evidence and submit a claim
If you’re registered for ESFA funding, you can draw down funding of £150 per learner per month to support learners with additional learning needs.
But what are the requirements and how do you submit, and evidence, a claim?
This guide will show you how.
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