CALSC (Communication and Learning Skills Centre) is a small organisation run by Jane E. Mitchell, a speech and language therapist and dyslexia teacher.

The main objective of CALSC is to help students of any age to achieve their goals, whether that be to learn to talk, read, spell or study to pass Common Entrance, GCSE, A-Level, degree or professional examinations. All students studying for exams can learn techniques to increase their efficiency and effectiveness in revision and examinations. Skills such as improved memory, organisation, self-motivation, confidence and speed reading can be taught. We believe that with appropriate input and motivation people can be helped to reach their potential.

Jane is especially interested in developing teaching materials and memory techniques. Products that CALSC uses are available for purchase. These products can be seen and bought at conferences, exhibitions or by contacting CALSC. However we are unable to send products on approval or prior to receiving payment (LEA/school/university orders included).

To gain maximum benefit from the products they need to be used appropriately otherwise skills will not be transferred to everyday situations. Jane Mitchell lectures on courses where she explains the metacognitive approach at University College London and in Sutton, Surrey.

The CALSC postal address is:

CALSC
PO Box 621
Sutton
Surrey
SM1 2DY

Web: www.calsc.co.uk