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Date(s) - 15/11/2017
9:15 am - 3:45 pm

London, The Village School

Accredited: Autism Spectrum Next Steps Level 3

LONDON, The Village School, Brent  15th November 2017Click here to book now

Although we appreciate that it is important to gain recognition of training from a nationally recognised accreditation body, our accredited courses are not just about “ticking boxes”.  Our accredited courses are practical, using real life case studies and give positive, practical strategies for immediate use.

The accreditation doesn’t require post course study or the creation of portfolios as all evaluation is carried out by the tutor throughout the day.  This means that anyone successfully completing the programme will gain the accreditation.

Who is this course suitable for?

Anyone who has completed the Concept Training Level 2 introduction to Autism Spectrum or equivalent introductory training, or who has ‘hands on’ experience in working with people on the Autism Spectrum.

This course can also be delivered In House

Summary of the course

An Intermediate Open College Network Level 3 course for anyone supporting children, young people or adults on the Autism Spectrum

Course contents

  • The Autism Spectrum – myths and facts
  • Understand the function of certain behaviours
  • The Triad of Impairment as a profiling tool
  • The Diagnostic Criteria
  • Language support strategies
  • Developing social skills
  • Inflexibility of thought and ways to help
  • Reviewing the environment

“Sally is a very inspirational speaker who held my full attention throughout. Her passion for her work and her empathy and understanding of the problems facing children on the Autism Spectrum and their parents/carers/ teachers was fantastic. Her humour and ability to relate the topics discussed to her own experience made for an informative and very interesting course and I feel that I have learned loads. “

Bernadette Fahy, Children’s OT

This course can also be delivered In House 

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