The National Autistic Society is offering a series of training courses for education professionals who work with autistic pupils aged five to 16. The training has been developed by the Autism Education Trust (AET).
The AET has local training providers who deliver the training in Local Authority areas. In the South East region, there are currently local AET training providers in Buckinghamshire, Hampshire, Kent, Oxfordshire, Surrey and Windsor and Maidenhead. If you work in one of these Local Authority areas, your training request will be passed to your local AET training provider.
The training programme includes a series of courses.
Making sense of autism (duration: 1.5 – 2 hours): £450+VAT per organisation
Good autism practice (duration: 6 hours): £1,000+VAT per organisation
Extending good autism practice (duration: 3 hours): £600+VAT per organisation
Complex needs and participation (duration: 6 hours): £1,000+VAT per organisation
Progression framework (duration: 3 hours): £600+VAT per organisation
Leading good autism practice (duration: 6 hours): £1,000+VAT per organisation
Courses can be run in-house at your school or we hold open access training events at various venues across the south-east region. In-house training is a great option if you have a number of people who wish to attend the training, saving you time and money.
We can also deliver these courses virtually using Microsoft Teams.
For more information about any of the training courses mentioned on this page, contact our training team: