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‘We now have activities that she loves to do with us and these include the rest of the family. In the main her comprehension and happiness has increased dramatically.’

Work effectively with children with ASD at home or in the community.

Tailor Ed is providing a unique training curriculum designed to develop the skills of those working with children with autism either as respite workers, support workers or home tutors. The course is designed to be beneficial for both experienced and new practitioners.

Course objectives:

  • Gain an understanding of Autism and how this affects an individual and the impact on their family.
  • Gain an understanding of key teaching techniques and practice delivering these.
  • Gain an understanding of the key principles of behavioural approaches and what is good practice.
  • Guidance on how to best work in a family home in any role and what the role of a tutor in an ABA programme may entail.

Venue: 50 George Square, Edinburgh, EH8 9JU.
Dates: Every Tuesday Evening from 2/10/18—20/11/18
Time: 6.15pm- 8.15pm

Fee: Part A, sessions 1-4: £140 Part A+B, sessions 1-8: £280 (only £35 per session)

To book your place or for more information email: training@tailoredfoundation.co.uk

The course is delivered over 8 sessions, in two parts. Part A covers the fundamental skills required to get to know and work with a child with autism and Part B covers specific teaching techniques. The course uses video footage to give real examples of this work and allows a lot of opportunity for discussion, and interactive activities.

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