Autism Phase 3
Implement a whole school approach to fostering inclusion and independence for students with autism.
"The presenter, Sara, was very engaging, and clearly passionate about children and learning. having sat through so many zoom courses, and feeling a passenger, Sara really brought the subject to life and I felt fully engaged."
Roch CP School
6 Hours | Live, interactive online training
Suitable for middle and senior leadership
Payable by invoice | 14 day payment terms
Who should take this course?
This course will empower all middle and senior leadership staff working in primary, secondary and SEND settings to develop a whole school approach to supporting children with autism.
This training will cover practical advice and guidance from industry expert trainers who have previously advised Local Authorities nationwide.
You will learn how to create an environment for each child to feel safe, included and accepted. Secure your space now if you are currently working as a:
Early Years Professional
Did you know...
Children with autism learn differently and need to be taught in a way that suits their individual needs.
While no two children with autism are ever the same, it is possible to adopt a whole school approach that allows them to thrive - one that champions inclusivity, understanding and acceptance.
This approach involves Teachers, parents, and staff creating a better learning environment with tailored educational plans and support networks. Children with autism may have difficulty socialising, processing language, or responding to changes in routine - but by implementing a careful and considered whole school approach, you will create an environment for each child to feel safe, included and accepted.
Here's What You'll Learn
Understand the implications of the Children and Families Act 2014 for your setting.
Explore the legislative and legal aspects of working with SEND.
Understand the critical functions of Teachers and Support Staff in discerning the distinctions between children with autism in your environment.
Explore how to support your staff in identifying children with autism and learn how to give assistance in determining the diagnosis.
A Cohesive + Inclusive Approach
Discover a cohesive, inclusive and supportive approach that can be implemented with all staff members to enhance understanding of children with autism and SEND.
Discover your route map to environmentally audit your current setting and the impact on current behaviour, and receive guidance in understanding your local SEND offer.
Meet the Trainers
Gain expert advice and guidance from industry experts trusted by Local Authorities nationwide...
At Milestone Education, your training is always led by an experienced education professional in your chosen subject.
Our team is made up of educators and practitioners with a wealth of knowledge and real-world experience in safeguarding, leadership, and management, among other areas. They hold Degrees, Masters, and PhDs in their field, and are passionate about sharing their knowledge to improve teacher retention and benefit all children.
See why education professionals all over the UK
are using Milestone Education as their chosen Training Provider
Roch CP School
"There was so much in the course that will be useful, both to myself and colleagues. As a school, our focus currently is Oracy, and the opening of the presentation helped me to focus on exactly where I need to focus activities and support. But the practical advice later, will be so useful for colleagues who are developing children's ability to communicate, regardless of ability.
The presenter, Sara, was very engaging, and clearly passionate about children and learning. having sat through so many zoom courses, and feeling a passenger, Sara really brought the subject to life and I felt fully engaged."