Feedback on Certificate Courses

Hear what our students say about our certificate courses

 

"The topics of OG approach, phonological/phonemic awareness, syllabication, informal assessment, lesson planning and execution and reading fluency were especially useful. The course provided me great insight on how DAS conducts the lessons with the OG approach. I am now able to revise and support my daughter from home so that the lessons are further reinforced. I wasn't aware of how I could support my child other than reading appropriate story books and ensuring that she's emotionally sound but after attending this course, I am able to do so and it will be executed in the same way as how DAS conducts the intervention lessons. This helps as the teaching approach will not further confuse the child."

 

Christina Euw, Parent

Participant of Certificate in Dyslexia and Literacy Teaching (November 2017)


"Better understanding in the language (and) how to use them properly, especially with the learners."

 

Lennie Tan, Housewife

Participant of Certificate in Supporting SpLD Learners in Advanced Literacy


"It gives parents the confidence and knowledge to better support their child outside of DAS classes/school. Better understanding of how a typical DAS class is being conducted. How OG principles are being applied in every class/lesson planning."

 

Lei Ziman, Parent

Participant of Certificate in Dyslexia and Literacy Teaching (November 2017)


"It is very helpful and gives students an overview of the topic. My ability to identify child with S&L difficulty and when to be concerned enough to refer family to S&L Therapist has improved. Topics that were especially useful to me: Strategies to help children with either language or speech disorder or both." 

 

Frances De Souza, Voluntary Welfare Organisation Staff

Participant of Certificate in Understanding Speech & Language Impairment (October 2017)


"Where to find help for speech difficulty and strategies to cope with language delay were especially useful to me. I will recommend the course because there are more cases of children with this difficulty/impairment." 

 

Syaheedah, Student

Participant of Certificate in Understanding Speech & Language Impairment (October 2017)