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Dyslexia in the Workplace: Thinking Differently

Friday 05 October, 2018 at The Maltings, Farnham

Dyslexia in the Workplace: Thinking Differently

This free workshop is designed to help you gain an understanding of the individual and different ways of thinking experienced by dyslexic adults.  Approximately 10% of the population are dyslexic.  This means that you are highly likely at some stage in your career to meet and work with colleagues that are dyslexic, or may experience dyslexia yourself.

By the end of the workshop we will have explored:

• Dyslexia: thinking differently, benefits and challenges
• How we might recognise the characteristics of dyslexia
• How we might support dyslexic colleagues
• What is meant by reasonable adjustments

Sometimes the simplest changes can make the greatest difference.

Date: 5th October

Time: 9.30am registration/coffee, workshop 10am - 12 noon 

Venue: The Maltings, Farnham. GU9 7QR

Suitable for: employers, employees, HR departments, workplace trainers

To book your space or find out more call 01252 702400 or email [email protected]

The workshop will be delivered by Glynis Lavington who is a Consultant and Practitioner with many years of experience working with adults in the workplace. Glynis delivers workplace skills development training for dyslexic adults within a wide variety of contexts; provides consultancy services for employers, HR departments and educational providers.  She is an experienced specialist assessor.  Glynis is an associate member of the British Dyslexia Association and is a national speaker on SpLD.

We are very grateful to A G Manly Charitable Trust for their sponsorship of this event.

 

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