Autism Education Trust Training Hub

Newfield School is licensed by the Autism Education Trust as a provider of the modular autism training programme.

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We are licensed to provide training to both Early Years and School settings. Please click on the boxes below to find details of our modules.

The Autism Education Trust (AET) is a not for profit programme led by two Autism charities (The National Autistic Society and Ambitious About Autism). The AET was established and is supported by the Department for Education. The AET promotes and supports partnership throughout the education system to improve educational access, experience and outcomes for children and young people with autism. You can follow the hub on Facebook - @Newfield AET

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Making Sense of Autism

The making sense of autism training will give you a better understanding and awareness of autism and the way it affects children in your Early Years Setting or school.

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Good Autism Practice

The good autism practice training is a one day course. It has been designed to support all practitioners working directly with children on the autism spectrum to develop their practice.

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Extending Good Autism Practice

This module is designed to build on the learning developed through ‘good autism practice’ by enabling delegates to deepen their understanding of autism and the implications for practice

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Autism and Complex Needs

This one day session focuses on training for staff in specialist settings who support pupils on the autism spectrum who have complex needs.

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The Progression Framework

This training provides an overview of the AET Autism Progression Framework and is aimed at helping design appropriate learning intentions for learners with autism.

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Leading Good Autism Practice

This one day course is designed for staff who have a leadership role that includes responsibility for developing provision for pupils on the autism spectrum within a school setting.

We look forward to working with you.

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