Being an LDPA member will entitle you:
to access and share resources and accurate, up-to-date information with educators and specialists in special needs and regular schools;
to have access to information and data about different educational and psychological conferences that will be held in the region;
to have the opportunity to publish your blogs, articles and school information on the LDPA Forum pages;
to access "P Circles" handouts and resources;
to recieve an annual ceritificate of attendance which states "P Circles" attended.
ROLE OF A REPRESENTATIVE
Being an LDPA representative, your role will be to:
Act as a link between the Learning Difficulties Professional Association and your school's administration;
Promote the association’s events among colleagues;
Post LDPA flyers and announcements on the Staff Bulletin Board;
Share LDPA events, training and "P Cirlcles" in your school's staff meeting;
Arrange hosting of a single LDPA "P Circle" meeting in your school;
Promote the LDPA website as a mean for educators to register as members.
Being a representative of the Learning Difficulties Professional Association in your school or organization, you will gain
all above member benefits;
complementary registration fees;
post job vacancies in your school on the LDPA social media accounts.
discounted rates to all conferences organisation or facilitated by the Learning Difficulties Professional Association.