Are you a parent/carer, health professional or an individual that may regularly work or come into contact with adults with autism? Our series of Autism Awareness Training Courses are perfect for anybody seeking to raise their awareness of autism, develop appropriate ways of communicating and improving their working practices.
What are the benefits of Autism Awareness Training?
The content within our Accredited Autism Awareness Training courses has been developed since we were first established in 1999, subsequently tailored across many years of direct service provision and delivery to external organisations.
Our training courses represent transferable qualifications that are relevant to all domains and useful in all job roles as you will learn to improve your working practices through practical exercises. You will receive a certificate that is your proof of attendance and professional development. All of our training courses are accredited by Certa (a national awarding organisation) as conforming to continuing professional development principles. You can learn more about Certa here.
Who is this training best for?
All parents/carers, health professionals or anybody else that may work or come into contact with adults on the spectrum. Also;
– anyone seeking a comprehensive and accessible introduction to autism
– anyone wishing to consolidate their existing experience of working with people with autism
– anyone seeking a refresher into the theory and history of autism
– anyone who is seeking to improve/develop their working practices
– anyone who is seeking to develop more effective ways of communicating with people with autism
What do others say about our training?
“The trainer had an excellent delivery and really engaged us in the session using a mixture of storytelling, interactive demos and presentation. We really appreciated hearing first hand from the service user content too. A very fun and useful training session!”
Over the training sessions that we have delivered in 2017 so far:
99% of attendees thought the Autism Awareness Training was a good use of their time
98% of attendees states that the Autism Awareness Training was worth the money
100% of attendees felt that they would recommend the Autism Awareness Training to colleagues and friends.
Our currently available accredited courses are listed below:
Introduction to Autism Spectrum Conditions (Half Day)
Introduction to Autism Spectrum Conditions (Full Day)
Costs and booking
The cost of our Accredited Autism Training is dependent on whether you are looking to book an individual or team. If you are an individual we are able to book you on to one of our upcoming scheduled training sessions. You can find out when and where the next available session is by contacting us.
Full day courses (9:30am – 5pm): £120 per delegate.
Half day courses (9am – 12:30pm / 1pm – 4.30pm): £75 per delegate.
If you are an organisation looking to book training for a team we can deliver this at your premises for up to 10 staff members (please give us a ring if you require training to a larger group of people).
Full day courses (9:30am – 5pm): £1080 up to 10 delegates.
Half day courses (9am – 12:30pm / 1pm – 4.30pm): £675 up to 10 delegates.
To book the above training, or if you have any questions about payment please call us on 01274 789789 and ask for the Finance Department.
Other types of training
In addition to accredited autism awareness training courses we are also able to provide bespoke training packages for organisations and community groups that are looking to up skill their teams. These training packages can be tailored to the specific needs of your organisation and can cover overall awareness of autism, effective working practice and more. Learn more about this by clicking here.
Where do we provide Autism Awareness Training?
We provide Autism Awareness Training nationally however the service is coordinated in Bradford.
You might also want to learn about the other types of support that we offer. You can do this by clicking here.
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