Find out how the AET Partnership can help your local authority build capacity in mainstream education settings, prevent school exclusions and reduce the need for specialist autism services for autistic children and young people, saving money and resources.
Discover how the AET Framework can promote and support sustainable changes in practice and change the culture around autism in your local authority.
Become a partner:
Find out how your local authority can become a licensed Autism Education Trust training partner. Discover the benefits, testimonials from current local authority partners and find out how the Department of Education support us through funding.
Getting strategic support:
If you hold an AET all phase license, we can offer you additional assistance. We can support you to map, analyse and plan your autism strategy moving forward, forecasting the education provision you will require in the future. Find out how we support this above.
The Local Authority Guidance:
It provides information about the Autism Education Trust (AET) school programme and how it has been implemented and developed by Birmingham Communication and Autism team (CAT) for use in over 420 mainstream schools and some independent and specialist settings.