Six Simple Steps to Success with Learners with High Functioning Autism.

Provider: Positive Autism Support and Training Ltd
£75.00 + VAT

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Description This half day course will provide candidates with an excellent overview of High Functioning Autism and Asperger Syndrome. Change the way you work with learners with autism so that they meet their full potential in Six Simple Steps! Full of interesting and practical strategies that will help over come the barriers to learning that Autistic Spectrum Conditions can cause.
Duration Half Day
Website

http://www.positiveautismsupportandtraining.co.uk
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Learning outcomes for participants/users and, where relevant, pupils or students

This non accredited training is designed to give anyone working with students with autism simple strategies which will help improve their work and maximise the potential of young people on the autism spectrum.  This training can be delivered in half a day and comprises of the following:

Whether in a teaching or supporting role, people attending this workshop will be able to leave the training with knowledge in the following areas:

Six Simple Steps:


Step 1 Understand what it means to have autism

Step 2 Communicate effectively with students who have autism

Step 3 Overcome sensory difficulties

Step 4 Remove barriers to learning

Step 5 Create an autism friendly environment

Step 6 Use positive behaviour management


Who should attend:

This programme is designed for:

  • teaching staff

  • student mentors

  • personal tutors

  • lecturers

  • staff in any learning and skills environment.

 

Evidence underpinning this approach

The writer of this course has over 15 years experience teaching learners with Autism.  She is also a Surrey Autism Champion and still works with young people who have autism and their familes.

How users/participants can evaluate success The provider has not supplied this information
Follow-up activities and support

All learners will be able to remain in contact with the course writer for additional support and ideas after completing the course.

There will also be opportunites for candidates to network after the course through forums.

Details

10.00 - 12.30

Whether in a teaching or supporting role, people attending this workshop will be able to leave the training with knowledge in the following areas:

Six Simple Steps:


Step 1        Understand what it means to have autism

Step 2        Communicate effectively with students who have autism

Step 3        Overcome sensory difficulties

Step 4        Remove barriers to learning

Step 5        Create an autism friendly environment

Step 6        Use positive behaviour management

This course does not have any pre-booked dates available. Please contact the provider directly to arrange this training.