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.
This mainly online, Level 5 programme (NZQA-approved) is the pathway for those interested in becoming a SPELD NZ Teacher. It is also open to others who wish to extend their knowledge and expertise in teaching, or learning about, people with specific learning disabilities (SLD).
Enrolments for 2020 are now open. See full details below.
“The most informative and positive experience I have ever had in my teaching career of 15 years.”
The 2020 programme will require 600 hours participation/study activity between 17 February and 9 November 2020. It will be delivered online but there will be a compulsory face-to-face workshop component during school holidays 6-10 July.
We recommend allocating (on average) 16 hours per week to complete the programme.
Read the programme overview here
The total cost of the programme is $3,000 including GST (due 31 January 2020).
SPELD NZ scholarships may be available in some parts of New Zealand for those who intend to become registered SPELD NZ Teachers. For details, please see scholarship criteria and application form Scholarship regions are listed on the last page.
Scholarship applications should be received by 13 December 2019
How to apply:
Please fill in and send us:
Please also provide certified copies of :
• Your NZ teacher registration card (if applicable)
• Your teaching or related qualification
• Your NZ Passport or Birth Certificate or NZ Permanent Residency Permit
(if your overseas passport has expired, please provide a letter from NZ Immigration confirming your residency status)
• Your driver’s licence (if available)
• If you have had a name change since your qualification was issued, your Marriage Certificate/Dissolution of Marriage documentation
Applications should be received by 15 January 2020
Please email your application documents to email@example.com and post original documents to SPELD NZ, National Office PO Box 24-617, Royal Oak, Auckland 1345.
For all inquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0800 773 536 Ext 3.