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Needs Assessors & AT Trainers

Present Pal has been approved for the UK’s Disabled Students’ Allowances and Access to Work.

Present Pal offers free lifetime copies of the presentation software to all needs assessors, disability officers and AT trainers. Please request a copy using the form below. We recommend attending one of our FREE webinars or training sessions before requesting a Present Pal license.

 

Free Webinars and Training

Webinars

The Present Pal team offer weekly group webinars via Zoom. These webinars take place on Wednesdays at 9.30am and are available to book via the calendar tool below. Present Pal webinars usually last around 20 minutes and provide a brief overview of the software's main features. Webinars are suitable for needs assessors, disability advisors, study skills tutors, SpLD specialists and AT specialists. All participants will receive a a FREE copy of Present Pal and there will be an opportunity to ask any questions at the end of the webinar.

To view all of our 2019 webinars and workshops, please visit our events page.

CommunicationSkills

Tutorials

Disabled Students' Allowances

Present Pal has been approved by the Disabled Students’ Allowances and is available for free to UK students with disabilities.

  • DSA is a UK government-funded grant which supplies students with disabilities, long-term illnesses and mental health problems with a variety of assistance during their time at college or university.

  • The DSA grant covers: specialist equipment and assistive technology, non-medical helpers, extra travel because of your disability and other disability-related costs of studying

  • The process involves proving your eligibility for student finance, applying online for student finance, receiving approval and organising a needs assessor appointment and meeting with a needs assessor to finalise your requirements.


Estendio Student Research Results 2018

Conducted with 180 University of Glasgow students


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