Our Training Offer
At CEPP, we believe that training can ‘upskill’ those working in early years settings, schools, colleges and workplaces to feel confident in adopting inclusive practices.
CEPP offers bespoke training packages at times to suit you – or you may wish to join one of our accredited courses
Bespoke Training Packages
In consultation, CEPP can build a personalised training package delivered to whole staff or cohorts of staff – consisting of whole day, half day or twilight session(s).
CEPP have delivered training on the following:
• Reading acquisition difficulties: Towards a whole school approach
• Attachment or ASD: Differential diagnosis and the implications for learning and behaviour
• Dyscalculia or specific mathematical difficulties: Understanding the implications and reasonable adjustments required for learners to progress
• Teaching study skills: Different teaching and learning styles, organisation, listening, reading strategies, planning written work, spelling strategies, memory and revision, mind maps, note taking, exam techniques
• Working memory: implications for pupil progress
• The SEN Code of Practice
• Eating Disorders: Identification and awareness raising for staff
• Writing social stories: Specific techniques required and when/how to utilise the approach
• Precision teaching as a personalised learning strategy
CEPP can also provide training regarding specific learning difficulties (SpLDs):
• Developmental Coordination Delay (DCD)/Dyspraxia
• Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)/Asperger Syndrome
• Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD)
• Specific Language Impairment (SLI)
• Sensory Processing Disorders
Accredited Training Courses
CEPP recognises the benefits of continuing professional development (CPD). We run the OCR approved qualifications for assessing and teaching specific learning difficulties (SpLD):
• OCR Level 5 Diploma (10218) in Teaching Learners with Specific Learning Difficulties (Dyslexia)
• OCR Level 7 Diploma (10219) in Assessing and Teaching Learners with Specific Learning Difficulties (Dyslexia)
The purpose of these courses is to equip cluster and individual schools to meet a range of learning needs ‘in house’ by developing their own specialist teachers.
CEPP is committed to supporting CPD at the highest level and our experienced team of tutors are learning practitioners in the field. CEPP is also happy to work with independent teachers and practitioners working in FE colleges and universities or as private assessors/tutors of learners with specific learning difficulties (SpLD).
OCR Level 5 Diploma (10218) in Teaching Learners with Specific Learning Difficulties (Dyslexia)
The Level 5 Diploma is a one year course. The course will be assessed at the top of Level 5 (first degree), and is equivalent of 30 points in accordance with the Open University Credit Rating – points can be used to award credit towards other courses in higher education.
OCR Level 7 Diploma (10219) in Assessing and Teaching Learners with Specific Learning Difficulties (Dyslexia)
Successful Level 5 candidates can continue to build their skills by studying for an additional year to gain the prestigious Level 7 Diploma designed to accredit skills and knowledge at Level 7 of the National Qualifications Framework (NQF). The focus is assessment of learners with specific learning difficulties (SpLDs) and teaching learners with co-occurring difficulties.
The structure of the course enables teachers to broaden their knowledge and understanding of SpLDs through extended research – candidates are encouraged to specialise in study based on their own interests and areas of work.
Candidates who achieve this level of qualification are then able to apply for an Assessment Practising Certificate (APC) and provide specialist reports and evidence for learners requiring special arrangements for examinations and assessments.
Courses commence in November - taught elements take place at Norwich City College. Please contact us for more details:
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