Leciester City Council

Leicester City Council’s (LCC) mission is to provide services for the people, communities and businesses within the city of Leicester, which is the largest city in the East Midlands.

Part of this service is to provide support and training for teachers and teaching assistants in schools within the Leicester area.

The Complex Learning, Communication and Interaction (LCI) Team, part of the Special Educational Needs and Disability Support Service, aim to provide this support on an individual, group or whole school basis so that pupils with complex learning needs can be included in school life. The team provide every city school with a designated specialist teacher to support children with learning difficulties and deliver a variety of training, including supporting pupils with speech and language and specific learning difficulties (dyslexia, dyspraxia etc) and for specific interventions such as Reading Recovery.

Devised in association with the British Dyslexia Association (BDA), the programme has been designed to enable teachers and teaching assistants to support and assess learners up to the age of 18 with specific learning difficulties (dyslexia) in a practice based setting.

Programmes

The following programme is currently running at Leicester City Council (LCC):
• University Diploma in Teaching and Assessing Learners with Special Learning Difficulties (SpLD) (Dyslexia)
Enrolment
Students apply to Leicester City Council (LCC) and enrol in September.

Award Ceremonies

Awarding students are invited to attend the University of Derby Awards Ceremonies which are held annually in July and November.

Contact Details

Leicester City Council
New Parks House
Pindar Road
Leicester
LE3 9RN
0116 4544650
www.lls.leicester.gov.uk