Liz Suddell

Learning differences and accessibility assessor

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Liz is the part-time Learning Differences and Accessibility Assessor at the University on Suffolk. Her role is to co-ordinate and deliver a screening and diagnostic assessment service for both new and current students, to identify Specific Learning Difficulties (such as Dyslexia) and other learning differences. She is also able to undertake assessments for exam concessions and provide advice and training on a range of disability-related topics, including SpLDs and learning differences. Prior to this role, she worked as a specialist mentor at the University, supporting students who have a learning difficulty/disability.

Liz graduated in 2006 with a BA (Hons) in Music and achieved Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) in 2007. Before working at the University of Suffolk, Liz worked predominately in Further and Higher Education settings, providing advice, support and tuition for adults who experience Specific Learning Difficulties and Learning Differences. Liz has undertaken Post-Graduate level study in SpLD support and assessment, and is an Associate Member of the British Dyslexia Association (AMBDA). She holds a current Assessment Practising Certificate (APC) through PATOSS and continues to develop her expertise through regular professional development and specialist training.