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Training Hubs

MAKING SENSE OF AUTISM

Basic autism awareness training for all staff within any education setting (including office staff; governors; caretakers; drivers and escorts). 90 minutes. Read more>

 

 

COMPLEX NEEDS AND PARTICIPATION

Focused training for staff in a specialist provision to support a pupil with complex needs and aid participation (including development of their personal or EHC plan). 1 day. Read more>

 

GOOD AUTISM PRACTICE

Practical knowledge, hands-on tools and techniques for all staff working directly with pupils on the autism spectrum (including teaching assistants; lunchtime staff; teachers). 1 day. Read more>

With optional certification.

 

PROGRESSION FRAMEWORK

Introduction to the framework (download free), with key features and guidance on how to use it. Hands on training for all staff involved in setting learning goals and recording progress for pupils. Half a day. Read more>

 

EXTENDING GOOD AUTISM PRACTICE

Deepens delegates’ understanding, including theories of autism. Advancing skills in developing and applying strategies to facilitate progress and achievement, for teachers, teaching assistants and SENDCos. Half a day.Read more>

 

LEADING GOOD AUTISM PRACTICE

For staff who may train or lead other staff in their setting, focusing on developing good autism provision. 1 day. Read more>

With optional certification.

 

OPEN ACCESS TRAINING COURSES – book now

Autism affects around 1 in 100 children and adults. All professionals working in education settings should be prepared to support pupils on the autism spectrum – and all staff should have a basic awareness of autism and the needs of individual pupils.

This programme, supported by the Department for Education, offers nationally delivered face-to-face training for professionals working across all education settings for pupils aged 5 – 16 years through the training hubs.
The programme will form an essential part of your Continuing Professional Development.

The training uses a range of teaching tools including video, case studies, problem-solving scenarios, presentations, practical resources and activities.

Training is delivered via a network of specialist training hubs across the UK. The programme materials were developed in consultation with a range of partners. The training is used in conjunction with the AET schools autism standards, schools autism competency framework and schools autism progression framework. Credits.

Contact your local training hub now for more information

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