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[Webinar] Discover how Kaz Type’s Neurodivergent Edition can help your students

Join our webinar with Keene Braganza, the developer of KAZ Type software: a specialised and inclusive typing software, suitable for both mainstream and neurodivergent individuals. He’ll introduce you to KAZ Type software, which enables all students to learn the fundamental skill of touch typing through an easy to use application.
KAZ Type’s Neurodiverse Edition was developed with advice and guidance from the Dyslexia Research Trust, and is suitable for students with one or a combination of some of the following neurological differences: Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, ADHD, ASD, Tourette’s, amongst others.
The program has been developed through extensive research and trials and uses a unique and proven ‘accelerated learning’ teaching method. Incorporating both ‘muscle memory’ and ‘brain balance’, it engages the major senses of sight, sound and touch simultaneously, radically enhancing memory retention and recall – which is why it is so effective.
Why Kaz Type?
  • 20 years experience in the educational and DSA sector
  • Bett Awards Finalist 2019 for the Special Educational Needs solutions category
  • Their Neurodivergent Edition enables those with SpLD to gain the essential ‘life skill’ of touch typing to aid their ongoing learning and communication skills
  • Students that can type efficiently during exams, without even thinking about it – can concentrate on their answers and type more quickly, helping them to actually finish their paper
The 45-minute webinar will allow you to see the technology in use and understand how it can really benefit and help your students by:
  • Discussing how the software can help meet the challenges experienced by students with SpLD or other difficulties
  • Showcasing the features of KAZ Type software, including:
    • Their unique ‘Preference Screen’ which addresses disturbances related to visual stress
    • Speaking keys – suitable for the visually impaired
    • Text Only Version – suitable for hearing impairment
  • Discussing how their new Neurodiverse City and Guilds Assured edition is also available (includes an extra assessment module), where successful candidates will receive a digital certificate and badge to showcase on their social media profiles, CVs and job applications
Attendees will receive a free copy of the software.
This session is designed for disability/ study support practitioners and learning technologists and will include an opportunity for questions and answers.
Date: Wednesday 16th January 2019
Time: 12.30pm
Duration: 45 minutes

All that is required is a computer with internet connectivity. All participants will receive a certificate of completion.