ONE Awards - Level 2 Accredited Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorders
One Awards - Level 2 - Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorders:
This 10 hours course (5 hours guided, 5 hours self-learn) is accredited by ONE Awards formerly known as OCN. There is an open book assessment to complete at the end of the course.
It is recommended that learners attend the awareness training before embarking on this programme of study or have some background experience living or working with individuals on the autism spectrum.
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
* Know the effects this has on the individual on the autism spectrum
* Be able to support an individual on the autism spectrum using a variety of strategies and interventions
* Have the skills to be both proactive and reactive when dealing with some of the challenging behaviours which individuals on the autism spectrum have
Times: 9.30am – 3.00 pm
Refreshments, course materials and accreditation fee included
Following this training the learner can progress on to the following programmes:
* OCN - Level 3 Understanding and supporting individuals on the autism spectrum
* How to write Social Stories for people on the Autism Spectrum
* Behaviours that challenge and the Autism Spectrum
* Recognising Autistic Traits
All profits go to towards improving the lives of individuals and families on the autism spectrum.
When & Where
11th Floor, Centre North East, 73-75 Albert Road, Middlesbrough TS1 2RU
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.