Include-ed works alongside various other organisations and individuals who train and provide resources for education professionals working in the area of inclusion in education.
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Communicate-ed have a range of courses which cover a variety of roles at Secondary School and Further Education level. These include a brief overview for general staff, training for Teaching Assistants acting as Readers and Scribes, Invigilators overseeing exams, SENCos and Examination Officers organising support during the exam period, as well as Access Arrangements Assessors and Educational Psychologists assessing students. Communicate-ed work in association with Include-ed to offer the PAPAA course.
A professional body dedicated to supporting the needs of everyone involved in educational assessment. Their members include everyone involved in assessment, from senior examiners, moderators and markers to individuals with an interest. The CIEA endorse Include-ed's PAPAA and PAPSET courses.
An online training platform, hosting Include-ed’s online training courses.
A consultancy, assessment and tuition service for schools, businesses and individuals based in Bromley, KENT. DITTAS Ltd. also offer the OCR Level 5 Diploma in Teaching Learners with Specific Learning Difficulty by distance learning and the L7 Diploma in Assessing Learners with SpLD (Dyslexia). Sarah Beard, director of Dyslexia Training, is joint founder with Caroline Read of the PAPAA accredited course.
An independent organisation offering comprehensive support for new and experienced exams officers, aiming to support them in their everyday roles.
A leading provider of independent tests and assessments, with over 30 years experience.
A publishing company with a number of educational assessments, including some suitable for testing school age students.
A charity working with strategic partners in developing countries – both churches and local NGOs – to inspire, empower, train and resource people and their communities to break free from poverty and disease. They do this by training in community healthcare (CHC), micro-enterprise development (MED), education and leadership development. They also support partners as they set up income-generating projects and strategic alliances. Include-ed channel charitable giving through Links International.
Committed to providing quality assessments, efficient testing procedures and valid and reliable information to help all individuals succeed. They develop and distribute tests and related products for professionals in psychology, general education, bilingual education, special education, and other areas serving people of all ages and cultures.
Scanning Pens supply exam approved pen scanners that give students the independence to read on their own. The C-Pen Exam Reader is available on a free day trial.
Texthelp produce computer reading software Read&Write which can be used in place of a reader in exams.
Other organisations involved in the support of education professionals and students
The Department for Education is responsible for education and children’s services.
A standard-setting group concerned with the diagnostic assessment of specific learning difficulties in an educational setting. The committee seeks to extend the principles of good practice contained in the SpLD Working Group 2005/DfES Guidelines across all age ranges and throughout the profession.
A membership organisation comprising the seven largest providers of qualifications in the UK. Established in 2004 to replace the Joint Council for General Qualifications (JCGQ), the JCQ provides a single voice for its members on issues of examination administration and, when appropriate, qualification and wider education policy.
Ofqual’s job is to maintain standards and confidence in qualifications. They look after GCSEs and A levels in England, and a wide range of vocational qualifications both in England and Northern Ireland. Ofqual also regulate the National Curriculum Assessments in England.
A professional association of teachers of students with specific learning difficulties, for all those concerned with the teaching and support of pupils with SpLD: dyslexic, dyspraxic, ADD, and Aspergers Syndrome.