Making sense of Autism-Post 16 Tier 3-for managers-2 days
For all staff who may take a leadership role that includes responsibility for developing provision for young people on the autism spectrum within a post 16 setting (including lead practitioners for autism; inclusion and/or curriculum managers and those who manage additional learning support).
The new SEND Code of Practice specifies that all professionals working in post-16 education settings should be prepared to support young people on the autism spectrum and all staff should have a basic awareness of autism and the needs of individuals.
Delivered by the highly experienced Babcock LDP autism team, the AET post 16 programme offers face-to-face training for professionals working with young people over the age of 16. The programme will form an essential part of your Continuing Professional Development and will play a key role in supporting your organisation to meet the needs of young people on the autism spectrum, ensuring progression and reducing NEETS.
Developed by the AET, the programme uses a range of teaching tools, such as video and problem-solving scenarios, to develop understanding. This AET programme is supported by the Department for Education.
For further details on the programme visit www.babcock-education.co.uk/ldp/autism
***Please note lunch will not be provided; you will need to provide your own lunch.
"Weeks run from Monday to Sunday. Please note that weeks without communications to schools are ignored and the links will go to the last week where a communication was made in this category."