The Good Autism Practice training has been designed to support all practitioners working directly with young children with autism in all types of early years settings; this includes: childminders, nursery nurses/assistants, teachers, SENCos.
This training will support practitioners working directly with children on the autism spectrum or on the pathway to a diagnosis in early years settings. This course is for practitioners working with EYFS children in a school, day nursery, pre-school, out of school provision or as a childminder.
The training will:
enable practitioners to develop their knowledge and understanding of good autism practice.
provide guidelines and activities to help practitioners to improve their practice when caring for or working with a child on the autism spectrum.
introduce practitioners to the early years autism competency framework to evaluate and develop how they work.
It links approaches and strategies to the AET EY Competency Framework.
Participants are expected to have attended a Tier 1 (Making Sense of Autism) course or similar.
What will you learn?
To develop your knowledge and understanding of good autism practice.
To understand the guidelines and activities to improve your practice when caring for or working with a child on the autism spectrum.
How to use the early years autism competency framework to evaluate and develop how you work.
Autism Outreach Service
To book a place on this course please follow the link above