Strategies & Structure Workshop for Professionals

When:

Tuesday, October 15th, 2019 / 10am - 12pm

Where:

Hillingdon Autistic Care & Support

Dudley Place (Off Pinkwell Lane)
HAYES
Middlesex
UB3 1PB

Event Cost:

£70pp (Discount available when booking more than 1 workshop on the same day)

Contact:

Booking in advance is required to attend. Please book directly with Autism Specialists.

Event Organiser: Autism Specialists

Telephone:
Tania - 07708 516483
Claire - 07708 516483

Email:
tania.wagstaff@autism-sen-specialist.co.uk
c.brinkley@autismspecialist.co.uk

Trainers

Claire Brinkley and Tania Wagstaff

This training is largely based upon the TEACCH principals (Mesibov & Schopler) of increasing visual structure to increase predictability throughout the education of a person with autism. We will share lots of practical strategies and resources as well as provide the rationale behind the approach. We consider this to be the ‘bread and butter’ of educational good practice for pupils on the autism spectrum, however these principals will benefit all pupils. TEACCH principals apply at all stages of a person’s life, whether at home, in education or employment.

“Thank you for a fantastic day. I’ve learnt so much.” Carly – Training session delivered in the Kirkley Centre, Lowerstoft, Norfolk.

What you will know by the end of the training session:

• The rationale behind why structure is needed for children with autism.

• How to make adjustments to increase structure around school, within the classroom, when presenting work and in your communication.
• Strategies to ensure Quality First Teaching is delivered to pupils, particularly those on the autism spectrum.
Who the training session is aimed at:

• Any professionals who work with students with autism, particularly SENDCos, Teachers and Teaching Assistants.

• Professionals from the Early years or the Primary settings, as well as secondary and specialist settings.

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