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Autism Education Trust (AET) Level 1 Making sense of autism & recommended strategies 07/02/18
Wednesday 7th February 2018, half day 1-3.30pm

Who is it for:

All staff in schools. Targeted to those new in ASD who have missed whole school training.

Areas Covered:

• Provide an overview of what is meant by autisms.

• Develop an understanding of how behaviours are impacted by the impaired social communication skills and sensory difficulties.

• Provide practical strategies to meet the needs of students with autisms, including an introduction to specific interventions, e.g. social stories™, Circles of Friends, visual systems and strategies.

Course Outcomes:

• Participants will be able to understand how autism impacts on the social, emotional and academic progress of a child with autism

• Participants will leave with strategies that they are able to implement in the classroom with children and young people with ASD.

 

Dates:

Autumn Term - 27 September 2017

Spring Term - 7 February 2018

 Duration: Half day, 1-3.30pm

Alternatively this course can be delivered in your school/setting. Please discuss this with your LCI link teacher or email liz.richardson@leicester.gov.uk 

 Fee:

£75 per delegate from Leicester City Council maintained schools.

£95 per delegate from non-maintained schools.

Course details:

Reference: SPCLCOUR1602
Date: Wednesday 7th February 2018
Time: half day 1-3.30pm
Cost: £75 per delegate (Leicester Maintained Schools)
£95 per delegate (All Other Schools - Non-Maintained)
Trainers: LCI Support Team
Location: Early Years Support Centre
Pindar Road, Leicester LE3 9RN
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