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AUTISM EDUCATION TRUST TRAINING - MAKING SENSE OF AUTISM-EARLY YEARS PROGRAMME

Short URL https://earlyyears.ealingcpd.org.uk/courses/bookings/c_detail.asp?cid=20948 
Event code SCH 23/069 
Event description

For Practitioners working with pupils on the autism spectrum to develop their practice in Early Years setting


Who is this module for? 
This module is an awareness-raising module for all practitioners in Early Years settings, whether they be teachers, learning support assistants, school meal supervisors, or taxi?drivers.  

The module provides an introduction to autism and some initial reasonable adjustments that need to be considered when working with autistic children.  

It also provides input on the creation and use of a one-page profile for individual children. Although not all practitioners who come into contact with the child will be involved in the creation of a one-page profile, all practitioners will benefit from having access to one-page profiles for individual autistic children. 

The aims
The aims of ‘Making sense of autism in the Early Years’ are to:  



  • Enhance your understanding and awareness of autism and how autism can affect children in the Early Years. 

  • Know the importance of understanding the individual autistic child and their profile of strengths and needs.  

  • Highlight potential barriers to learning for autistic children. 

  • Equip you with the knowledge you need in order to begin to make reasonable adjustments in the way you support autistic children. 


Learning objectives
After completing ‘Making sense of autism in the Early Years’, you will be able to:



  • Understand the importance of getting to know the child as an individual.

  • Approach autism as a difference rather than as a disorder or impairment.

  • Understand the importance of identifying the strengths and needs of autistic children.

  • Know how autism can affect an autistic child.

  • Appreciate how important it is to listen to and learn from the perspectives of autistic children and their parents/carers.

  • Reflect on your practice and implement reasonable adjustments to support autistic children.

  • Know how to develop or use one-page profiles for autistic children.



This is a 90 minute session designed to develop awareness and understanding of autism which will be delivered remotely 


Cost: Free to Ealing maintained schools, £30 to out of borough/academy schools

 
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Venue
Webbased School, line one, pl8
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Admin contact - Castlebar School (training@castlebar.ealing.sch.uk)
Event Commissioner - Ealing Learning Partnership (elp@ealing.gov.uk)
Tutor(s)/Facilitator(s)
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Course Costs See event description
Funding information
Start date Tuesday 28 February 2023
Times 16:00 - 17:00
Number of sessions 1