Autism Training - Creating Structured Environments

Today Newfield school welcomed back visitors to enjoy face to face training.

We will be running a series of different Autism training sessions over the next few weeks, starting today with ‘Creating Structured Environments’.

We had 19 delegates attend from a range of mainstream schools across Blackburn with Darwen and the feedback we received from this course has been extremely positive.

The courses will be lead by Katrina Heywood, our Autism Training and Development Lead.

“It has been wonderful having face to face training starting again. I enjoyed meeting my mainstream colleagues today and it is a pleasure to hear their experiences and be able to offer advice and support to develop outstanding autism practice and give staff the confidence to implement autism specific approaches in their settings” – Katrina Heywood - Trainer

We look forward to welcoming more delegates over the next few weeks and are continuing to develop our training and outreach support offer so if your interested in training please contact us for more details.

I feel that this training will be very beneficial as I will be able to use most of the advice in my work and setting

Delegate feedback from an SSA

I would recommend this course to all of my colleagues

Delegate feedback from an EYFS Teaching Assistant

This training was really useful and will have a positive impact on my role

Delegate feedback from an SSA
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