Autism: adapting and redesigning support programmes for learners with autism on return to on-site learning (Code: C0998)

With the return to on-site learning, the Covid landscape remains very central to our everyday practical measures to support learners. This session will explore how models of delivery have been shaped and differentiated to minimise the impact on the students' progress and success. Discussion time: there will be an opportunity for the group to share what is working well and any concerns around the topic.

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Who is this for?

Managers, lead practitioners and employees.

Training aim

This training will:

  • offer practical solutions to meeting the demands of the autism support landscape during a pandemic
  • an opportunity to share good practice
  • an opportunity to recognise barriers and find solutions to meet the needs of learners with autism
  • an opportunity to learn from successful case studies
  • an opportunity to gain confidence in adapting to meet the demands of support to learners with autism.

Outcomes

Having taken part in this webinar you will have:

  • been offered practical solutions to meet the demands of the autism support landscape during a pandemic
  • had an opportunity to share your own and learn from others good practice
  • had an opportunity to recognise barriers and find solutions to meet the needs of learners with autism
  • had an opportunity to learn from successful case studies
  • had an opportunity to gain confidence in adapting to meet the demands of support.

Length

1.5 hours including discussion time and Q&As.

Contact us

If this course is not currently available in your area, and you would like to attend then register your interest. We will let you know about new events as they are announced.

If you have any questions, please contact:

T: 0800 0 831 830
E: bookingsupport@etfoundation.co.uk