A.E.T.

 

Here you can find details of the Autism Education Trust training we offer.

What does the Autism Education Trust do?

The purpose of the Autism Education Trust (A.E.T.) is to improve the education of children and young people with autism.

To Achieve this, the A.E.T.:

  • Develops and delivers training and a range of materials for early years, school and post 16 educational settings.
  • Develops and disseminates information on educational practice.
  • Provides an interface between users, practitioners and policy makers in respect of educational practice.
  • Actively engages with young people, parents/carers and practitioners to inform its work.
  • Undertakes research into effective practice.

Early Years A.E.T. Training

Making Sense of Autism (Tier 1) Making Sense of Autism (Tier 1) Leading Good Autism Practice (Tier 3)

All
participants will be able to:

• Identify the four key areas of difference that need to be taken into account when working with children on the autism spectrum.

• Know the importance of understanding the individual child on the autism spectrum and their profile of strengths and weaknesses.

• Identify the key areas to help children on the autism spectrum build positive relationships with staff and their peers.

• Know that many children on the autism spectrum can be unusually sensitive to everyday sights, sounds, touch, tastes and smells. This can affect their learning and emotional state.

Aims of the course:

• Enabling practitioners to develop their knowledge and understanding of good autism practice.

• Providing guidelines and activities to help practitioners to improve their practice when caring for or working with a child on the autism spectrum.

• Introducing practitioners to the early years autism competency framework to evaluate and develop how they work.

Aims of the course:

• Enhance staff knowledge and understanding of good autism practice.

• Help staff question, evaluate and develop practice within their setting.

• Provide staff with the tools to evaluate their own knowledge of autism, to audit staff training needs and to gain an overview of whole setting practice using the Early Years Autism Standards and competency frameworks

Course duration: 90 minutes

Course cost: £40

Course duration: 2 days

Course cost: £210

Course duration:1 day

Course cost: £110

 

 


School A.E.T. Training

Making Sense of Autism(Tier 1) Good Autism Practice (Tier 2) Extending good Autism Practice (Tier 2) Complex needs and Participation (Tier 2) Leading Good Autism Practice (Tier 3)

Basic autism awareness training for all staff within any educational setting (including office staff, governors, caretakers, drivers and escorts).

Practical knowledge, hands – on tools and techniques for all staff working directly with pupils on the autism spectrum (including teaching assistants, lunch time staff and teachers).

Deepens delegates’ understanding including theories of autism.

Advancing skills in developing and applying strategies to facilitate progress and achievement, for teachers, teaching assistants and SENDCO’s.

Focused training for staff in a specialist provision to support pupils with complex needs and aid participation.

(Including development of their personal or EHC plan).

For staff who may train or lead other staff in their setting, focusing on the development of a good autism provision.

Course duration:
90 minutes

Course cost: £35

Course duration:
Whole day

Course cost: £105

Course duration:
Half a day

Course cost: POA

Course duration:
Whole day

Course cost: £105

Course duration:
Whole day

Course cost: £105

 


More Information:

If you require any further information, please contact our School Autism Lead: Claire Onions - c.onions200@durhamlearning.net

Next course:

Good Autism Practice for Schools (Tier 2)

Friday 3rd November 2017 at the Education Development Centre  in Spennymoor

Course duration: Whole day

Course cost: £105 per person

fed logo.png