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.

Overview: This session is suitable for practitioners working with early years and school-age pupils on the autism spectrum in both mainstream and specialist services. This is a full day course which focuses on four key areas ( The unique child, positive relationships, learning and development, enabling environments).

The training will:
  • Enable practitioners to develop their knowledge and understanding of good autism practice
  • Provide guidelines and activities to support practitioners to reflect on and improve their own practice
The materials used promote the following principles:
  • Focus on difference and not deficit
  • Have high expectations and promote positive attitudes to autism.
  • Focus on securing learning goals that are meaningful to the pupil and which will support positive life outcomes in the future

Completion of this course gives delegates free access to online resources provided through the AET website.

Who is this course suitable for?
  • Early Years and school settings
  • Childminders
  • Nursery nurses/assistants
  • Teaching assistants
  • Teachers
  • Lunchtime staff
  • Transport staff
  • Senior management and governors

Dates:

Early Years
  • 4 X 1 ½ hour sessions. Running 1:30 – 3:00 pm Wed 3rd March to Wed 24th March.
Schools
  • 4 X 1 ½ hour sessions. Running 1:30 – 3:00 pm Wed 13th Jan to Wed 3rd Feb.
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If you wish to book a course or arrange whole setting training

Please contact us

We look forward to working with you

Newfield School
Old Bank Lane
Blackburn
Lancashire
BB1 2PW

01254 588 600

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