An introduction to Dyslexia | Supporting learners to achieve their potential

Event Details

This is a facilitated online course. 

Webinar one:
4 November, 12.00 - 1.00pm
Webinar two:
18 November, 12.00 - 1.00pm
Webinar three:
2 December, 12.00 - 1.00pm


$210 + GST (includes booking fees) Register

Hear about this workshop from facilitator, Mike Styles:

Develop your skills and knowledge to recognise and support tertiary learners with dyslexia and other learning differences to achieve their potential.  

Course outline

The webinar series provides for three hours of direct interaction covering:  

  • Webinar one: What dyslexia is 
  • Webinar two: What the institution should do 
  • Webinar three: What the individual should do 

There will also be an optional 1.5 hours of additional discussion time with the facilitator. In between the live sessions, it is expected that participants will also complete reflections about the learning, and trial new practices with their learners, for further discussion in forums and webinars. 

Topics covered 

The course covers:  

  • what dyslexia is
  • the latest developments in neuro-diversity 
  • Dyscalculia and Irlen’s conditions 
  • how people exhibit a combination of these conditions 
  • how to work constructively with learners
  • what the institution and individual should do.

The learning outcomes 

This series is suitable for those with beginner to intermediate knowledge; and is targeted at tutors, learning support staff, education management staff, resource developers, assessors and moderators in a tertiary environment. 

Participation in this webinar will become an integral part of the Dyslexia Friendly Quality Mark for tertiary education institutions that is currently in development.  

About the facilitator 

Mike Styles has worked in the areas of adult literacy/numeracy for over 20 years. He is a self-employed consultant working in the area of adult Dyslexia support and advises education organisations and companies across the workforce in matters of Dyslexia and Neurodiversity.


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