Who We Are
We are a small independent companying providing Assistive Technology (AT) training and Study Skills support.
We provide face to face support throughout the South Coast of England and Remote Training through a program called "Log Me In." We also provide Study Skills support to students which works really well with the AT software.
We are a female and disabled led company. Our Director has Dyslexia and Dyspraxia as well as having other disabilities. We know and understand what it is like to struggle through the education system.
Our trainers have Enhanced DBS (CRB) checks, we have a lone worker policy, health and safety procedures, relevant insurances and are registered with the Data Protection Act in place.
We follow guidelines under the Non Medical Helper Quality Assurance Framework. http://www.dsa-qag.org.uk/nmh/search-items/item/26/nmh-providers/dragonfly-educational-support-south-coast-ltd-1462952395
Feedback From Our Students
"Jo was amazing from the first session to the last. Her patience and understanding was exceeded all expectations. Without her training and support regarding the software especially Dragon and Mind Map I would definitely have left the course. I cannot thank her enough."
"Dragonfly Training made me feel comfortable and at ease during all my training sessions. The trainers were happy to answer questions and took appropriate time to show me the software packages and equipment without any rush. Furthermore, the trainers also responded to email queries efficiently and promptly! Would highly recommend Dragonfly Training to any individuals/organisations looking for skilled and able trainers with an authentic desire to assist".
We offer Specialist One:One Study Skills. Both through the Disabled Students Allowance and Privately. We help students with planning strategies, proof reading, revision techniques, mind mapping, making notes in class and much more!
We also provide Assistive Technology (AT) training for DSA students. Our AT is unique focusing on the individuals needs. Our end is to help them to become independent learners.