Enrolment Form

Please note! An * next to a field, denotes a mandatory field.

To apply for our courses you first need to create an account with us. Please answer all questions fully, as failure to do so may slow down the enrolment process. We will use this information to check your eligibility and suitability.

Please note that enrolling for a course does not guarantee acceptance. Spaces are limited on some courses.



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Please start with your GCSE Maths and English grades and then your other highest qualifications
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This part of the form must be completed to safeguard students and assess risks. Your must tick yes if you have had a conviction unless it’s a minor motoring offence for which you received a fine or three penalty points.



if any of the above information is stated YES, please speak to a member of the Talented Training team in the office.

If you are enrolling for a course that could lead to a career in teaching, health and social care, accounting and finance you must tell us about ANY criminal conviction(s), including spent sentences and cautions. If you are serving a prison sentence you must tick the ‘yes’. If you are convicted of a criminal offence, after you have enrolled you MUST let us know immediately. If you are not sure whether to tell us about a previous conviction you should get more advice from Citizens Advice or speak to a member of our staff.

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We require this information to ensure that we are able to provide the support you need in class. Please tick any of the boxes below for which you require help and indicate your main health problem by selecting from the main health dropdown.


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For each question, please select the answer (rarely, often etc) which is closest to your response.
#   Rarely Occasionally Often Most of the time
1 Do you confuse visually similar words such as cat and cot? *   3   6   9   12
2 Do you lose your place or miss out lines when reading? *   2   4   6   8
3 Do you confuse the names of objects, for example table for chair? *   1   2   3   4
4 Do you have trouble telling left from right? *   1   2   3   4
5 Is map reading or finding your way to a strange place confusing? *   1   2   3   4
6 Do you re-read paragraphs to understand them? *   1   2   3   4
7 Do you get confused when given several instructions at once? *   1   2   3   4
8 Do you make mistakes when taking down telephone messages? *   1   2   3   4
9 Do you find it difficult to find the right word to say? *   1   2   3   4
10 How often do you think of creative solutions to problems? *   1   2   3   4
    Easy Challenging Difficult Very Difficult
11 How easy do you find it to sound out words such as e-le-phant? *   3   6   9   12
12 When writing, do you find it difficult to organise thoughts on paper? *   2   4   6   8
13 Did you learn your multiplication tables easily? *   2   4   6   8
14 How easy do you find it to recite the alphabet? *   1   2   3   4
15 How hard do you find it to read aloud? *   1   2   3   4


Results from the Adults Test - what it all means.

The research and development of the checklist has provided a valuable insight into the diversity of difficulties and is a clear reminder that every individual is different and should be treated and assessed as such. However, it is also interesting to note that a number of questions, the answers to which are said to be characteristics of dyslexic adults, are commonly found in the answers of non-dyslexics.

It is important to remember that this test does not constitute an assessment of one’s difficulties.

It is just an indication of some of the areas in which you or the person you are assessing may have difficulties. However, this questionnaire may provide a better awareness of the nature of an individual’s difficulties and may indicate that further professional assessment would be helpful.

Whilst we do stress that this is not a diagnostic tool, research suggests the following:
Score less than 45 - probably non-dyslexic.

Research results: no individual who was diagnosed as dyslexic through a full assessment was found to have scored less than 45 and therefore it is unlikely that if you score under 45 you will be dyslexic.

Score 45 to 60 - showing signs consistent with mild dyslexia.
Research results: most of those who were in this category showed signs of being at least moderately dyslexic. However, a number of persons not previously diagnosed as dyslexic (though they could just be unrecognised and undiagnosed) fell into this category.

Score Greater than 60 - signs consistent with moderate or severe dyslexia. Research results: all those who recorded scores of more than 60 were diagnosed as moderately or severely dyslexic. Therefore, we would suggest that a score greater than 60 suggests moderate or severe dyslexia. Please note that this should not be regarded as an assessment of one’s difficulties. But if you feel that a dyslexia-type problem may exist, further advice should be sought.

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Privacy Notice - How We Use Your Personal Information

This privacy notice is issued by the Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA), on behalf of the Secretary of State for the Department of Education (DfE). It is to inform learners how their personal information will be used by the DfE, the ESFA (an executive agency of the DfE) and any successor bodies to these organisations. For the purposes of relevant data protection legalisation, the DfE is the data controller for personal data processed by the ESFA. Your personal information is used by the DfE to exercise its functions and to meet its statutory responsibilities, including under the Apprenticeships, Skills, Children and Learning Act 2009 and to create and maintain a unique learner number (ULN) and a personal learning record (PLR).

Your information will be securely destroyed after it is no longer required for theses purposes. Your information may be shared with third parties for education, training, well-being related purposes, including for research. This will only take place where the law allows it and sharing is in compliance with data protection legalisation. The English European Social Fund (ESF) Managing Authority (or agents acting on its behalf) may contact you in order for them to carry out research and evaluation to inform the effectiveness of training.

You can agree to be contacted for other purposes by ticking any of the following boxes:

NOTE: email consent required for course updates

Your photograph and personal details and CCTV will be used by the Talented Training for the purpose of security of yourself, Talented Training its staff and other third parties and to assist in identification. With your permission you image may be used in our publications.


The personal data we collect will be processed fairly and lawfully and only for specified and lawful purposes. Your personal data will be kept securely and will not be kept for longer than necessary. Talented Training reserves the right to contact your parent/guardian (if you are under 19 at the start of your learning programme), or your employer (if the employer is sponsoring you) about your progress. Talented Training welcomes the Disability Discrimination Act and will make reasonable adjustments to avoid disadvantage to any disabled persons.

The ESFA is a co-financing organisation and uses European Social Funds (ESF) from the European Union to directly or indirectly part-finance learning activities. As a result of such funding we are required to collect and disclose your personal information to ESF.

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I confirm that the information I have provided on this form is accurate and complete and that Talented Training can store, process and distribute personal data as outlined above. Whilst I am a learner I agree to fulfil my obligations under this learning agreement and to comply with Talented Training’s rules. Talented Training reserves the right not to confirm enrolment. I have received initial guidance and counselling in relation to my learning programme and have been provided with help and support in completing this form. It is my personal responsibility to inform Talented Training of any change of circumstances that will affect my eligibility or status as a learner. I understand that if I provide false information Talented Training may take legal action against me to reclaim the tuition fess and any support costs. By providing your data you are consenting to Talented Training contacting you. Talented Training requires all learners to attend all classes.

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Using the submit button below, you state that the information you have provided is full and factually correct. You are also confident you meet the entry criteria for the study programme. You also agree to our Terms & Conditions.