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OCN Level 3: Understanding & Supporting Individuals on the Autism Spectrum
Stockton On Tees, United Kingdom
This 30-hour course is accredited by OCN and can be delivered over full days, half days or evenings. It is aimed at professionals and families living with someone on the autism spectrum.
Individuals attending this course should have attended awareness training or have a sound background of experience living or working with individuals on the autism spectrum. Learners have to provide a portfolio of referenced evidence and a three-week reflective log to meet the course outcomes.
Whenever possible we engage guest speakers who are on the autism spectrum on this course to explain their unique personal experiences.
By the end of this course you will:
- Know the meaning of the term autism spectrum
- Recognise the key barriers associated with individuals on the autism spectrum
- Be able to be proactive and reactive when dealing with behaviours of individuals on the autism spectrum
- Recognise and evaluate key interventions available to individuals on the autism spectrum
- Provide accurate and appropriate information for an individual on the autism spectrum
- Assess the support needs of an individual on the autism spectrum
- Develop and evaluate a support plan for an individual on the autism spectrum
Dates: 30th May 2012 27th June 2012
13th June 2012 4th July 2012
20th June 2012 11th July 2012
Time: 9.30am – 2.30pm
Delivered by: Helen Jaques, B Phil (Autism), Cert Ed, MIfL
Venue: The Beverley School, Middlesbrough
Lunch, refreshments and course materials included
All profits from this training go towards improving the lives of individuals and families on the autism spectrum.
6-8 Yarm Road
TS18 3NA Stockton On Tees
At MAIN we support people, not ‘cases’ or ‘numbers’.
We exist to offer advice and services tailored to each individual and family living with Autism to raise their aspirations, empower themselves, and have the confidence to be proud to ‘wear their t-shirt with a smile’.
Our ambition is to change society’s perceptions of Autism, and increase understanding of the challenges and opportunities living with Autism brings.
As a group of dedicated parents, who have each individually adapted to living with Autism in it’s various forms, the MAIN Project team ultimately offer first hand support and advice to people of all ages living with Autism.