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Ambitious about Autism is working with City College Norwich to offer AET post 16 making sense of autism for managers training for free to professionals in the East of England.
Making sense of autism for managers is a training session designed to help evaluate and develop autism practice within your setting, so that your organisation is able to meet and then exceed the requirements of external reviewers such as Ofsted and is compliant with legislative requirements. The training is suitable for any professional taking a leadership role that includes responsibility for developing provision for young people on the autism spectrum. This could include lead practitioners for autism, inclusion and/or curriculum managers and those who manage additional learning support. The training is designed to ensure that leaders can analyse the extent to which the needs of young people on the autism spectrum are addressed through policies, systems and whole–college development work.
The training will provide you with:
During the course of the day, you will also find out more about the work of the AET, the post 16 training programme of which this training session is a part and how you can access the training in your own setting.
A limited number of places are available, so book your place today.
AET post 16 training:
For further information, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org