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Are you seeking Membership for DSA-QAG FE/HE Study Skills?

The Dyslexia Guild has a clearly defined membership grade for Study Skills Support Tutors which is Associate Member Further and Higher Education (ADG FE/HE).

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Are you seeking Membership for DSA-QAG FE/HE Study Skills?

The Dyslexia Guild has a clearly defined membership grade for Study Skills Support Tutors which is Associate Member Further and Higher Education (ADG FE/HE).

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Guild Member specialist SpLD forums

Guild members benefit from access to our specialist forums including Access Arrangements, Adult/FE & HE Specialists, Assessment.

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National Dyslexia Resource Centre/Specialist Library

Free access for guild members to specialist SpLD and Dyslexia resources, journals, teaching materials and assessment tests.
*Terms apply

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Annual Summer Conference
Friday 8 July 2022
University of Bath

Confirmed speakers: Dr Valerie Muter, Dr Cathy Manning, Professor Kiki Messiou and Professor Chris Budd OBE. Topics include playful maths, literacy difficulties, inclusion, and autism.

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Professional Designatory Letters

Dyslexia Guild members are eligible for designatory letters in recognition of their qualifications and professional status.
*Terms apply

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Are you seeking Membership for DSA-QAG FE/HE Study Skills?

The Dyslexia Guild has a clearly defined membership grade for Study Skills Support Tutors which is Associate Member Further and Higher Education (ADG FE/HE).

Read more


What is The Dyslexia Guild?

Established in 1994, The Dyslexia Guild is a network of professionals who are keen to maintain contact and further their specialist teaching, assessment and support for those with dyslexia and other literacy difficulties. The Guild aims to promote discussion, information and research as well as keep members informed of developments in the field through publication and distribution.

Who are our members?

It is open to all those with a professional or general interest in dyslexia and specific learning difficulties (SpLD).  Professional members hold designatory letters and include primary and secondary teachers, SENCOs and teaching assistants as well as Further and Higher Education support tutors and advisory specialists. Our network is also highly relevant to dyslexia and specific learning disability assessors, librarians and other specialists through Affiliate membership.

See our directory of members here.

Why should I join The Dyslexia Guild and how will I benefit?

The Dyslexia Guild provides a wealth of benefits to its members including discounted professional development courses, online forums, a vibrant annual conference and a range of publications available through our unique online library, membership journal, and e-newsletter. Members benefit from post-nominals as well as the unique heritage of this specialist professional organisation.

Annual Summer Conference – Friday 8 July 2022

The Dyslexia Guild Annual Summer Conference will be held on Friday 8 July at the University of Bath. For further details and to book click here.

The conference provides, as always, a great opportunity to meet and network with dyslexia/SpLD specialists, it enables practitioners to hear expert views and examine current topical issues relating to literacy and dyslexia/SpLD in a warm and vibrant conference setting. 

Are you seeking Membership for DSA-QAG FE/HE Study Skills?

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