SPELD NZ offers training and professional development for assessors, teachers, special educational needs coordinators (SENCO), Learning Support Coordinators, teacher aides, families and caregivers. We also host conferences and from time-to-time run community presentations and parent information evenings.
Until 2023, SPELD NZ was registered with NZQA. From 2018 to retirement in 2023, we were a Category 1 provider with Excellence in all key evaluation areas. Read our most recent NZQA External Evaluation and Review Report here.
These stand-alone, evidence-based Kōwae ako involve approximately six hours of self-driven, online learning on a variety of topics.
Ideal for educators seeking greater knowledge on individual topics such as phonemic and phonological awareness.
Are you concerned about your child’s learning journey? Are you a teacher/teacher-aide working with a child who is bright but not achieving? Are you taking on a new role as a Learning Support Coordinator? This course is for you and anyone else with limited knowledge on specific learning disabilities (SLD) such as dyslexia.
People with dyslexia and other specific learning disabilities often suffer years of failure and despondency at school. You could be the one to nurture them to success.
Find out how SPELD NZ has helped both children and adults overcome their struggles with dyslexia and other specific learning disabilities.