Department of Education

FAQ

Please follow the steps below to obtain your certificate:

 

  1. Add info@autismeducationtrust.org.uk to your email contacts address book
  2. Make sure you have received your verification passcode from your trainer. If you haven’t, please contact them directly.
  3. Click on this link – https://www.autismeducationtrust.org.uk/training-programme/attendance-certificate/
  4. Select the phase of training (early years, schools or post 16)
  5. Complete the form – first add the Verification Passcode (make sure you do not include any spaces before, after or within)
  6. Click submit (the submit button will only appear if you include the correct Verification Passcode)
  7. You will now receive an email with a link to download the certificate. (check your spam/junk folder as sometimes the email goes here). If the link does not work when you click on it, please copy and paste it into your browser.

 

 

The event tickets are the sole responsibility of the hubs and you have total control.

As stated in your hub admin manual on page 15 and in the training film, you can check your attendees for your events – https://www.autismeducationtrust.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/AET-Hub-admin-manual-v3.pdf. The only way you will be informed by email that you have received a booking is if you add an email address to the organisers field when creating the event, however I would recommend, checking your attendees list prior to an event and especially if you would be cancelling an event so you can inform anyone who may have booked on the event.

NOTE : Please don’t delete attendees otherwise will mess up your product/ticket capacity.

The number of attendees booked on to the event will appear below this column (1). If you click on this number a button will appear allowing you to export (2) a CSV list of attendees

event-attendees

Visit your dashboard and click ‘Tools’ on the left hand side of the screen.

  1. You will be able to view a video explaining how to add an event and:
  2. an option to download the AET hub administrator user manual
  3. an option to click through to the AET marketing toolkit
  4. an option to click through to create an event
  5. an option to click through to the AET training materials

When you are ready, click on ‘Please click here to create an event.’ (4)

How to create an event?

You now need to associate the ‘Event’ with the included resources or downloadable delegate booklet for the delegate attending this training.

On the ‘product’ page within the ‘Memberships’ section (1) click on Grant Access (2). Where is says ‘Purchasing product grants access to’ (3). Add the following product to the specific event:
AET early years making sense of autism event > early years making sense of autism
AET early years good autism practice event > tools for teachers and AET early years additional resources AET early years extending good autism practice event > AET early years additional resources
AET early years leading good autism practice event > tools for teachers
AET schools making sense of autism event > Schools making sense of autism
AET schools good autism practice event > tools for teachers
AET schools extending good autism practice event > none (you do not need to do this process) AET schools complex needs and participation event > none (you do not need to do this process) AET schools progression framework event > none (you do not need to do this process)
AET schools leading good autism practice event > tools for teachers
AET post 16 raising awareness event > P16 Making sense of autism
AET post 16 for practitioners event > tools for teachers and AET post 16 additional resources AET post 16 transition to college event > none (you do not need to do this process)
AET post 16 for managers event > tools for teachers
Then click ‘Update’ (3)

How to edit products 1

There are two ways you can sign up to the AET:

 

  1. You can sign up to receive the AET newsletter here – https://www.autismeducationtrust.org.uk/ by scrolling to the bottom of the page and filling in the form.
  2. Search our resources here: https://www.autismeducationtrust.org.uk/resources/  and create an account by adding a FREE resource to your basket and checking out (no payment details are needed).

Once you are happy with your event you use the ‘Publish’ area (1) on the events page to either save it in draft mode(2) ready to launch at a later date or you can publish it (3) which will make the event live on the website. You can also preview the page (4).

Publish box (1)

Contains buttons that control the state of your page. The main states are Published, Pending Review, and Draft. A Published status means the page has been published on your blog for all to see. Pending Review means the draft is waiting for review by an editor prior to publication. Draft means the page has not been published and remains a draft for you. If you select

a specific publish status and click the update page or Publish button, that status is applied to the page. For example, to save a page in the Pending Review status, click Edit link of Status and select Pending Review from the drop-down box, click OK to close the drop-down box and click Save As Pending button. (You will see

all pages organised by status by going to Pages > All Pages). To schedule a page for publication on a future time or date, click “Edit” in the Publish area next to the words “Publish immediately”. You can also change the publish date to a date in the past to back-date pages. Change the settings to the desired time and date.

You must also hit the “Publish” button when you have completed the page to publish at the desired time and date.

Visibility (6) – This determines how your page appears to the world. Public pages will be visible by all website visitors once published. Password Protected pages are published to all, but visitors must know the password to view the page content. Private pages are visible only to you (and to other editors or admins within your site)

Permalink (5)

After you save your page, the Permalink below the title shows the potential URL for the page, as long as you have permalinks enabled. (To enable permalinks, go
to Settings > Permalinks.) The URL is generated from your title. In previous versions of WordPress, this was referred to as the “page-slug.” The commas, quotes, apostrophes, and other non-HTML favorable characters are changed and a dash is put between each word.

If your title is “My Site – Here’s Lookin’ at You, Kid”, it
will be cleaned up to be “my-site-heres-lookin-at-you-
kid” as the title. You can manually change this, maybe 5 shortening it to “my-site-lookin-at-you-kid”.

Save

Allows you to save your page as a draft / pending review rather than immediately publishing it. To return to your drafts later, visit Pages > All Pages from dashboard, then click your page title from the list.

Publish (3)

Publishes your page on the site. You can edit the time when the page is published by clicking the Edit link above the Publish button and specifying the time you want the page to be published. By default, at the time the page is first auto-saved, that will be the date and time of the page within the database.

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Coupon Management

Coupons are a great way to offer discounts and rewards to your customers, and can help promote sales across your shop.

Adding a coupon

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To add a coupon:

  1. Go to: Coupons.
  2. Create a new coupon by selecting Add Coupon. Enter these fields:
    • Coupon code – Code used by the customer to apply the coupon. Must be unique as it’s used as an identifier.
    • Description (optional) — Info about coupon, e.g., Dates in effect, promotion, compensation, ticket number. For internal use. 

Under Coupon Data, there are three sections you can use to add restrictions and limits for the coupon: General, Usage Restriction, and Usage Limits.

General

  • Discount type :
    • Percentage discount – A percentage discount for the entire cart. For example, if the cart contains three (3) t-shirts @ $20 each = $60, a coupon for 10% off applies a discount of $6.
    • Fixed cart discount – A fixed total discount for the entire cart. For example, if the cart contains three (3) t-shirts @ $20 each = $60, a coupon for $10 off gives a discount of $10.
    • Fixed product discount – A fixed total discount for selected products only. Customer receives a set amount of discount per item. For example, three (3) t-shirts @ $20 each with a coupon for $10 off applies a discount of $30.
  • Coupon amount – Fixed value or percentage, depending on discount type you choose. Entered without a currency unit or a percent sign, which are added automatically, e.g., Enter ’10’ for £10 or 10%.
  • Allow free shipping – Removes shipping cost when coupon is used. Requires Free Shipping to be enabled.
  • Coupon expiry date – Date the coupon should expire and can no longer be used. Expiry happens at 12:00 am or 00:00 on the date chosen. If you want a coupon to be valid through Christmas Day but invalid the moment Christmas is over, set the expiration date to YYYY-12-26 as it will expire on YYYY-12-26 00:00. It uses your site’s time zone setting at Settings > General > Timezone in WordPress.

Usage Restriction

  • Minimum spend – Allows you to set the minimum subtotal needed to use the coupon. Note: The sum of the cart subtotal + tax is used to determine the minimum amount.
  • Maximum spend – Allows you to set the maximum subtotal allowed when using the coupon.
  • Individual use only – Tick the box if you don’t want this coupon to be used in combination with other coupons.
  • Exclude sale items – Tick the box if you don’t want this coupon to apply to products on sale. Per-cart coupons do not work if a sale item is added afterward.
  • Products – Products that the coupon will be applied to, or that need to be in the cart in order for the “Fixed cart discount” to be applied.
  • Exclude products – Products that the coupon will not be applied to, or that cannot be in the cart in order for the “Fixed cart discount” to be applied.
  • Product categories – Product categories that the coupon will be applied to, or that need to be in the cart in order for the “Fixed cart discount” to be applied.
  • Exclude categories – Product categories that the coupon will not be applied to, or that cannot be in the cart in order for the “Fixed cart discount” to be applied.
  • Allowed Emails/Email restrictions – Email address or addresses that can use a coupon. Verified against customer’s billing email. WooCommerce 3.4+ also allows you to include a wildcard character (*) to match multiple email addresses, for example, `*@gmail.com` would make any gmail address.

Leaving “Products” and “Exclude Products” blank allows the coupon to be applied to the entire store.

Usage Limits

  • Usage limit per coupon – How many times a coupon can be used by all customers before being invalid.
  • Limit usage to X items – How many items the coupon can be applied to before being invalid. This field is only displayed if there is one or more products that the coupon can be used with, and is configured under the Usage Restrictions. (Note: Option is only available if you are creating a Product Discount coupon.)
  • Usage limit per user – How many times a coupon can be used by each customer before being invalid for that customer.

Once you’ve configured all settings, select Publish and your coupon is ready to use.

We will send you a report monthly in arrears. This will be in an excel spreadsheet and which will enable you to undertake your own more detailed analysis.

This film explains how you can use the website:

 

 

 

Film content

  • login (14″)
  • retrieve lost password (1’01”)
  • My account details (2’09”)
  • Tools, including:
    • Marketing toolkit (4’34”)
    • accessing training materials (including making sense of autism delegate booklet pdf) (5’16”)
    • event set up (6’56”)
  • Explanation of event setup, including
    • creating an event name (8’09”)
    • using a permalink (8’37”)
    • hiding an event (9’02”)
    • using the text box (9’16”)
    • adding a link (11’08”)
    • adding an image (12’27”)
    • setting an event date and time (16’40”)
    • venue (18’40”)
    • organiser (19’31”)
    • outside link to another booking system (20’03”)
    • creating tickets (20’37”)
    • categories (24’23”)
    • publishing (24’49”)
  • associating specific resources/delegate booklets to an event ticket (26’09”)
  • checking attendees to an event and exporting an attendees list (32’52”)
  • Attendance certificates and using verification codes (33’25”)
  • Purchasing delegate booklets and using the shop (36’07”)

On the website there is a ‘Marketing toolkit’ area http://autismeducationtrust.org.uk/marketingtoolkit/ to help you market the AET training which includes:
Logos
AET main logo jpeg
AET schools programme logo jpeg AET early years programme logo jpeg AET post 16 programme logo jpeg AET strategic partner logo jpeg
AET training hub logo jpeg
AET brand guidelines
Invitation to training flyers – coming soon
AET early years making sense of autism training template flyer
AET early years good autism practice training template flyer
AET early years extending and enhancing good autism practice training template flyer AET early years leading good autism practice training template flyer
AET schools making sense of autism training template flyer
AET schools good autism practice training template flyer
AET schools extending and enhancing good autism practice training template flyer AET schools complex needs and participation training template flyer
AET schools progression framework training template flyer
AET schools leading good autism practice training template flyer
AET post 16 making sense of autism – raising awareness training template flyer
AET post 16 making sense of autism for practitioners training template flyer
AET post 16 making sense of autism for managers training template flyer
AET post 16 transition from school to college training template flyer

Please follow steps below to reset your password:

 

  1. Visit the AET website and click on the green box in the top right hand corner of the screen (login to your account).
  2. Click on “lost your password”.
  3. Use your username or your email address to reset your password.
  4. You will receive an email with a link to reset your password.
  5. Please check your spam/junk folder if you don’t receive the email to your inbox within 15 minutes – the email will come from info@autismeducationtrust.org.uk please add this email to your contacts.

Need help? Contact the helpdesk here.

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