Free Autism Education Trust Training for Schools
Delivered by SEN Support Services Specialist Advisory Teachers
As licence holder in Oxfordshire for the DfE accredited AET Training Programme, SENSS C&I Support Service is pleased to offer this Level 2 training to school staff, working with children with Autism Spectrum differences. This training is offered free of charge to all Oxfordshire maintained schools an academies.
Spaces are limited by the venue size to 30, so please book early, to avoid disappointment!
Good Autism Practice in Schools
This course is for practitioners who work directly with children with autism spectrum differences in schools, providing guidance on processes and tools that can help practitioners to implement good autism practice. This is a full day course.
The aims of ‘Good Autism Practice in Schools’ are to support practitioners who work directly with autistic pupils to:
- Develop their knowledge and understanding of good autism practice.
- Reflect on and improve their practice in working with autistic pupils.
- Understand strategies and approaches they can draw upon for autistic pupils they work with.
- Reflect on the kind of information they need to collect for the one-page profile and for the pupil-centred education plan.
- Consider how to involve the autistic pupil and their family in the pupil’s education.
- Enhance and embed inclusive practice for autistic pupils.
This is a participatory course with opportunities throughout the day for discussion and applying what you are learning to children you are currently supporting
For more information about the course please refer to the AET Website - Schools Good Autism Practice | Autism Education Trust
To book your place please register on the Oxfordshire Partners in Learning Website
Light refreshments (Tea and Coffee) will be provided but participants are asked to bring their own lunch.
Participant packs will be provided prior to the course and you will be asked to print these to bring with you if you wish
For further information about the work of the Autism Education Trust, and to access a range of free resources and publication please refer to the AET Website Autism Education Trust - Autism Education Trust