Discount till the end of June
This comprehensive e-learning bite size course has been designed for anyone wanting to gain a more in depth understanding of neurodiversity personally or professionally.
Useful for example for students of education, psychology, sociology and , their lecturers, and also those working in diversity and inclusion settings.
Neurodiversity Perspectives - Q & A
Who is the e-Learning pack for?
This comprehensive e-learning bite size course has been designed for anyone wanting to gain a more in depth understanding of neurodiversity personally or professionally. Useful for example for students of education, psychology, sociology and , their lecturers, and also those working in diversity and inclusion settings.
So why should I complete this course?
The modules can provide a greater understanding of commonly used terms and discuss the potential reasons for changing terminology over time.
It considers why certain labels and terms are being used and what factors result in changes.
The course content considers social, medical and person-centred approaches and why neurodiversity is the framing used in the 21st Century and the rationale and evidence for this.
What is included?
There are 10 modules:
Why is Neurodiversity important?
- Labels and terms
- Looking at the boxes
- Grouping, overlap and co-occurrence
- About conditions – ADHD
- About conditions – ASD/ASC
- About conditions – Dyslexia and Dyscalculia
- About conditions – DCD/Dyspraxia
- About conditions – Developmental Language Disorder and Tic disorders (including Tourette’s syndrome)
- Neurodiversity - taking person-centred approaches
How long is each module?
The modules are designed to be bite size, to be completed during breaks in your day rather than all at once. Each lasts between 5 and 15 minutes.
Do I need a computer to access the training?
The e-learning pack can be accessed via a computer, but we will be also launching an app as an alternative at the end of June 2020. Watch the website for details.
Do I need specific software?
The courses can be accessed via the browser. We recommend using Google Chrome.
Is there an assessment?
Not as such , but there are questions with multiple choice answers at the end of each module to help check your learning.
Can the training be used as Continuing Professional Development (CPD)?
Yes, you will receive a report which may be presented as evidence for CPD.
Is the training accessible?
The materials have been designed to accommodate those who are neurodiverse, and includes voicing of all questions and answered, subtitles (also for using in public without headphones) text associated with the images and subtitles.
What if I have any neurodiverse challenges?
The course will not only help you understand challenges you may have in the workplace but also provide some guidance that can be applied in the workplace. The course has been designed to be accessible and neuroinclusive.
Who is delivering the courses?
The course has been developed in collaboration with a team of experts headed by Professor Amanda Kirby who is also the presenter. She has more than 25 years experience working in the field of neurodiversity. She is widely published and has both research and clinical practice as well as a personal interest. She has trained more than 100,000 people worldwide.
Do I have to complete all the lessons in one go?
No, the licence is valid for 12 months after you have purchased it. So you can log in to complete the lessons anytime within the 12-month period.
I have a team of staff that I would like to complete this training, can I buy a block of licences?
Yes, licences can be purchased either individually for a team through our website: www.doitprofiler.app or bulk purchased by emailing email@example.com
What about security?
The course is delivered through a secure site. Your details will not be shared with anybody, though we may contact you later about similar products.
What if I can’t answer the questions, can I get my money back?
This is to help you measure our own learning and you cannot fail the course.