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Autism Awareness Training

Price £275.00

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WHAT’S COVERED IN THE COURSE

The Autism Awareness Training course can be delivered at your premises, our trainers will bring all necessary equipment, all you have to do is open the door!  Oh, and put the kettle on!

The Autism Awareness Training course is a great refresher for anyone dealing with Autism and those new to Autism.There are still a lot of people who know very little about Autism, including those working with people who Autism. Autism is know as an ‘unseen disability’. Children with Autism are seen as ‘naughty’ kids and adults with Autism are misunderstood and avoided. This course will give delegates the necessary knowledge to work with those who have Autism, supporting them and helping them develop successful and fulfilling lives.

The Autism Awareness Training course is 3 hours long and can be delivered at times to suit you, we appreciate that care work is not a 9-5!

The course follows all of the latest regulatory updates in an engaging and interactive manner.  Delegates will leave the course feeling inspired and in the ‘know’.  We believe people learn better with a smile on their face - so our courses will NOT be boring, lecture style or tedious!

Our prices are the lowest you’ll find.  The simple reason is that we want to make training affordable to those that want to learn, rather than just tick a box!

Each delegate will receive a certificate.  We can also send you a copy of the certificate to save you time copying the certificates for your files.  Why not ask us what other things we can do for you to make training easier to manage - at no extra cost!

Our courses are informative, fast paced and fun.  The course covers the following subjects:

  • what is autism
  • diagnosis
  • causes and cures
  • associated disabilities
  • understanding autism
  • asperger’s syndrome
  • different types/names for autism
  • how to support someone who has autism

 

This autism awareness training course aims to improve the communication skills of staff working or living with a person with Autism. It aims to highlight the different effects positive and negative communication can have and how this can impact other people. On completion delegates will be able to confidently give a clear definition or autism while demonstrating knowledge of asperger syndrome. Delegates will be able to work in a more positive, person centred manner around people with Autism. 

Autism Spectrum Disorders, including Asperger Syndrome, may affect as many as 1% of the population. Those with such conditions are far too frequently left undiagnosed and spend much of their formative and educational life being bullied and misunderstood, often underachieving even though their actual intelligence and IQ levels may be considerably above average.

Children on the autistic spectrum think and experience the world and other people differently, resulting in them misinterpreting and misunderstanding. Educators therefore, need to be aware of how they can best support children on the autistic spectrum to receive an appropriate education, get along with others, and function independently in the world. Wherever possible, children with autism should be educated in a mainstream school, which means that classrooms must be inclusive, balancing the needs of the autistic child with the needs of others, creating an appropriate learning environment for all. Other children with autism may need to be educated in independent schools, residential schools, special needs schools or schools for gifted children.

Ref: BAIAAT No of Places: More than 10 place available
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