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Good Autism Practice - SEN | Octavo Partnership

Course Date

30 Sep 2019 09:30 – 17:15

Overview

This one day training programme is designed for teaching and support staff working with pupils in primary, secondary and post 16 and special schools on the autism spectrum to:
•Enhance knowledge and understanding of good autism practice
•Gain practical examples, ideas and strategies to use with pupils in your setting
•Support effective inclusive practice
The fee is £220 for the training programme for up to 2 delegates places: Including refreshments and lunch

Description

Octavo Partnership is delighted to offer this highly rated one day training programme which consists of 2 AET courses.
The training will support staff to develop their awareness and understanding of the condition as well as provide practical strategies to use with pupils and to overcome barriers to learning and success.
This accredited training supported by the DfE, enables practitioners to develop their knowledge of good autism practice

Part 1 is 9.30am – 3.30pm Schools Good Autism Practice
Part 2 is 3.45pm – 5.15pm Introduction to the Progression Framework

This training provides a framework for setting effective targets for pupils with autism and demonstrating the impact of tailored provision

The training will be delivered by Dr. Jamie Galpin, a chartered developmental psychologist from the Bridge Special School, Islingtion (AET Training hub).

Booking Information

Fee is £220 for the training programme for up to 2 delegates places.
Including refreshments and lunch
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Provider Information

* SEN and Behaviour

Fee is £220 for the training programme for up to 2 delegates places.
Including refreshments and lunch

Location

The Octavo Training Room, Octavo Partnership, 4th Floor, Croydon Clocktower, Katherine Street, Croydon CR9 1ET (Croydon Library Entrance)

Trainer

Judith Lunnon

Contacts

For any assistance, please contact us at enquiries@octavopartnership.org or call us on 020 8241 5460

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