CognAssist allows providers to their Apprentices
CognAssist offers apprenticeship and work-based learning providers a solution to identify, support and fund learners with additional learning needs.
Why choose CognAssist?
In today’s world, it’s essential to have systems and solutions in place to support the delivery of quality services to learners.
We have developed the sector’s most sophisticated digital assessment tool to identify neurodiversity in under 30 minutes. Working in partnership with leading Neuropsychologists Dr Welch and Dr Skilbeck, we have digitised eight established paper-based assessments for each of the eight domains of the brain.
Benefits of CognAssist
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What the experts and our customers say
CognAssist can help you to identify how these learners and apprentices learn best, and what strategies you can then use to maximise their learning and the development of crucial employability and personal skills.
Since implementing CognAssist into our learners’ programmes in November, we have already started to notice improvements in learner attainment and have received positive feedback from both them and employers. On-going support from the E-quality Learning team has been second to none, and I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend them to others working in the industry.
CognAssist is a very useful tool for firstly identifying potential support needs, which then prompt referrals at the very beginning of a learner’s journey at their sign up, which in turn results in them being contacted quite quickly by the ALS team. Once the full assessment has been completed, CognAssist provides good insight into the weaknesses and barriers of a learner’s cognition, and assists in identifying their learning differences, thus providing the ALS team with a starting point to build individual support plans from. Learners that are engaged in the interventions, have also reported that these are enjoyable, and find them helpful to build on their study skills in general, but also help to develop their areas of particular weakness.
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