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Dealing with learners with Autism during unstructured time

CAN DO COURSES

Thursday, 26 January 2017 from 13:00 to 16:00 (GMT)

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Unstructured times - Autism   more info 19 Mar 2017 £60.00 £2.59 £12.52

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This essential half-day course has been designed for staff in schools and colleges, or anyone working with students with Autism, or who would like to move into this field.

More specifically lunchtime supervisors, facilities staff, volunteers, teachers and support, canteen operatives, those who work in the library/learning resources centre, mentors, student services and others. 

During unstructured time, young people with autism may find themselves becoming anxious.  This may display as unusual or relatively distressing behaviour.  It's everyone's job to know some strategies to help support these young people while they are in school or college. 

During the day delegates will develop their understanding and knowledge of Autism Spectrum Condition (ASC). They will leave with reassuringly uncomplicated strategies to enable your students to enjoy the whole school or college experience.

By the end of the session, delegates will have:

• Awareness of the condition

• Awareness of sensory issues

• Understanding of possible triggers and behaviours

• Strategies to prevent behavioural outbursts

We'll include real-life scenarios for you to analyse and to replicate the approaches yourself.  When you understand more about the condition, you'll find it infinitely easier to recognise the problems and find solutions.

Here's a link to the course programme

Who should attend:

 canteen supervisors

 lunchtime supervisors

 student services

 library assistants

 duty managers

 SLT

 teaching staff

 teaching assistants

 learning support assistants

 LSA Managers

 SENDCos

 prefects

 inclusion managers

 student mentors

 personal tutors

 

Trainer

The trainer for this programme is Karen Ferguson. Karen was appointed as a Specialist Leader in Education for Autism and ADHD and this allowed her to disseminate good practice and deliver training in the field of SEND. Karen offers various SEND and condition specific training.

Fees include course resources. You'll also meet like-minded people and can share ideas and resources with them, too.

Linrow EducationWe're working with Linrow Education to bring this training to you in Newcastle.  Bookings can be made directly through Eventbrite or by contacting info@can-do-courses.co.uk.

 

Can Do Courses is an OCN London registered centre.


We look forward to welcoming you to the programme.


Do you have questions about Dealing with learners with Autism during unstructured time? Contact CAN DO COURSES

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Newcastle upon Tyne

Newcastle upon Tyne
United Kingdom

Thursday, 26 January 2017 from 13:00 to 16:00 (GMT)


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CAN DO COURSES

Behaviour Management training for education professionals.  QCF accredited programmes in ADHD, Autism, Positive Behaviour Management, PMLD, Dyslexia, LD, Mental Health, Deaf/deaf. Partially Sighted/blind, Safeguarding.  Designed for Teachers, LSAs, TAs, anyone in a learning environment.

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