Autism Education Trust - 'Making sense of Autism in the Early Years' training
We deliver 2 hours online training in partnership with our colleagues in Early Years and the Stronger Practice Hub.
This module is an awareness-raising module for all practitioners in Early Years settings. This module provides an introduction to autism and some initial reasonable adjustments that need to be considered when working with autistic children. The aims of the 'Making Sense of Autism in the Early Years' training are to:
- Extend your understanding of how autism affects children in the Early Years.
- Increase your expertise in recognising a child's individual strengths and difference across the three areas of difference.
- Develop your skills in identifying barriers to learning for autistic children
- Develop your understanding of what 'reasonable adjustments' need to be made to support an autistic child.
This training is free for Early Years practitioners working in Early Years settings (including childminders), reception staff in school and school based nurseries in Plymouth. Enquires can be made by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or you can book online.
Find out more on the South West Stronger Practice Hub website.