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The good autism practice training has been designed to support all practitioners working directly with children on the autism spectrum to develop their practice. This training is for practitioners working directly with children including childminders, nursery nurses/assistants, teachers and SENCos.
This training has been split into four virtual twilight sessions, which will run over four weeks from Wednesday 4th November to Wednesday 25th 2020 from 3.30pm to 5.00pm. Please sign up below if you can commit to all four sessions.
This course will be delivered online via Zoom. For private nursery staff/childcare professionals, non-Enfield staff and private school staff only: Please book a ticket below and then register for the Zoom meeting by clicking the link below. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Enfield staff can book a free ticket below using a coupon code to access the free resources linked to this training. See below for more details.
This training will support practitioners working directly with children on the autism spectrum or on the pathway to a diagnosis in early years settings.
The training will:
To book a place on this course, please add the below ticket to your basket and create an account if you do not already have one. This event will only allow you to purchase one ticket, as each ticket should be booked by the individual user/delegate.
Please Note: Ticket charges apply to private nursery staff/childcare professionals, non-Enfield staff and private school staff only. This training is free for staff from Enfield schools and academies. There are no charges to Enfield schools or academies, as EASA’s core training programme is funded by Enfield Council via the SEN Outreach Provision Budget and the High Needs Block funding.
Enfield school staff – Please contact email@example.com for a free ticket coupon code. This coupon code can only be used once per individual user.