I have a question about resources

I attended a training session with the AET and I would like the PowerPoint slides/ videos 

The training and resources are a licensed product and hence not freely available. Your AET Trainer who delivers the training has ownership over the decision as to whether a PDF or paper handout of the slides should be shared. This decision is based on your learning need and whether sharing a PDF or paper handout of the slides will meet that learning need. If you are looking for support on the practical implementation of what you have learnt, then implementing the tools in the practical support pack is the best way forward. The practical support pack contains all the information about why, when, and how to use the tools. There is also free information available on our website and on both the AET YouTube channel and the AET AYE YouTube channel. 

I can’t edit/ make changes to the Progression Framework Excel Spreadsheet 

Please make sure you have read the accompanying documents, which explain how to use this resource: https://www.autismeducationtrust.org.uk/sites/default/files/2021-09/Progression_Framework_accompanying_documents.pdf  

If you are still having trouble, please can you try downloading the progression framework from the main website and saving it. Please also ensure you have enabled macros and content. 

Do you have sensory resources? 

Our Sensory resources have been updated and you can find information on the new resources here: https://www.autismeducationtrust.org.uk/sensory-resources  

These resources have changed, and you will get access to the new Sensory Preferences and Environmental Checklists when you attend the GAP Training from our new Professional Development Programmes.  

Please contact your local Licensed Training Partner to take part in Good Autism Practice Training and access these resources: https://www.autismeducationtrust.org.uk/find-your-local-training-partner  

I would like advice and support as a parent. 

We are unable to offer specific or direct advice to individuals. Here are links to support that you may find helpful:  

Find your local training partner: https://www.autismeducationtrust.org.uk/find-your-local-training-partner 

Please visit Autism Central for Parents and Carers https://www.autismcentral.org.uk/   

The National Autistic Society also have a lot of information on their website that you may find useful: https://www.autism.org.uk/advice-and-guidance   

I would like some advice about school exams 

Please see our  Parent page, guide on Working together with your child’s school. This guide may support you in starting conversations with the setting.  

The following links may also help with your enquiry: The National Autistic Society have a helpful page with general advice on supporting autistic children and young people with examinations- Resources to support autistic pupils with exams (autism.org.uk).   

IPSEA also have a very helpful page on requesting exam arrangements- Help in exams for children and young people with SEND (ipsea.org.uk)   

There is also a section on access arrangements and reasonable adjustments on the Joint Council for Qualifications website: Access Arrangements, Reasonable Adjustments and Special Consideration - JCQ Joint Council for Qualifications.   

There is also a helpful student guide on the Ofqual website which answers general questions relating to exam arrangements. https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/ofqual-student-guide-2024 

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