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ONLINE Why Ty Parent and Tutor Support Course ~ Support your bright yet struggling learners

August 29 @ 7:15 pm - October 3 @ 9:15 pm NZST

| NZD$500.00

Dyslexia-Inspired Strategies For Parents and Tutors of Bright but Struggling Learners

An interactive, hands-on Online course held over six 2-hour weekly sessions.

  • You would learn an approach that suits visual-spatial learners which is strength-based, hands-on and practical.
  • Lots of new ideas to apply straight away after each session.
  • You would have an option to be added to a WhatsApp group to share or ask questions as we go or after the course.
  • Maximum 16 participants so everyone gets well-supported
  • Hear what a parent thought of the course here

Six session course: Start Monday August 29 ~  finish Monday October 3

Register here  for the ONLINE Why Tyrannosaurus or ‘Why Ty’ Parent/Tutor Support Course

Day & Time: Monday evenings 7:15-9:15pm NZST


  • 29 August
  • 5, 12, 19, 26 September
  • 3 October


  • 1-person registration:
    Early Bird*: 15% discount = NZD $425 + GST
    Full price: NZD $500 + GST
  • 2-person** registration:
    Early Bird*: 15% discount = NZD $722 + GST
    Full price: NZD $850 + GST

* early bird discount valid up until 19 August
**2 Person = from same whānau/family

Postage extra: $10 in NZ, rural delivery extra

Payment plans available

Payment method by direct deposit on invoice

Materials: Workbook and clay included in course cost

Register here  



August 29 @ 7:15 pm NZST
October 3 @ 9:15 pm NZST
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Claire Ashmore & Rachel Barwell
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Discounts / Payment Options
Earlybird and full price options. See event description.
6 x 2-hour sessions (total 12 hours)
Claire Ashmore and Rachel Barwell
Workbook and clay provided for each participant
n/a (online course)
Link to Course Description
Link to Enrollment Form
More Information
Note*'2-person' means 2 people supporting the same child such as 2 parents, "mum and nana" or "dad and an auntie" or "mum and a family friend who has always supported the child". It could also be a parent and teacher aide who is supporting your child. We want to make it easier for family or close community to support a dyslexic child or teen. Ask about bigger family, whānau and group rates; we are encouraging whanaungatanga and getting together for learning. plan available on request
Registration Deadline
19 August early bird, and 26 August full price


Online (NZ – Wellington Time)
Wellington, New Zealand
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