Autism awareness – characteristics and individuality – course 30 January
This Dudley Council course is aimed at everyone whose day-to-day role brings them into contact with adults with autism or would like to expand their knowledge in this area.
Participants must have successfully completed the ‘Autism Awareness’ on line course in order to attend and will build on this knowledge as part of this session.
Participants can reflect on their current work practice and consider how this could influence their practice when supporting adults who are on the autism spectrum.
1 x ½ day, Friday, January 30th 2015
Arrival: 9:15 am for a prompt 9:30 am start. Finish: 13.00pm
- The characteristics and theories of autism
- Aspects of the spectrum and associated conditions
- The implications of sensory difficulties
Delegates will receive a certificate of attendance
Learners can choose to attend a 2 further sessions and complete a written assignment in order to gain an accredited QCF qualification ‘LD210 – ‘Introductory Awareness of Autism Spectrum Conditions’ at a cost of £39.00 which includes registration and certification.
Through Black Country Partnership for Care (BCPC) there may be help in claiming the fee back through Workforce Development Funding (WDF), which supports autism qualifications. For more information contact BCPC on 01902 551083 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Unicorn Centre. King William Street, Stourbridge, West Midlands, DY8 4ES
Please do not hesitate to contact:
- Jan Harris for further course information Jan.email@example.com 07799070542
- Manjit Sandhu for booking details Manjit.firstname.lastname@example.org 01384 813136
- Lydia Williams for guidance on accessing the on line course Lydia.email@example.com 01384 818184