Autism Education Trust in the North West

Time: 09:30am – 16:30pm GMT Tuesday 23 January 2018

Location: Museum of Science and Industry, Liverpool Road, Manchester, M3 4FP, UK

Come along and find out how the AET can support you in your work with our young people.

We offer a nationally recognised 3 tier training programme
– making sense of autism
– good autism practice
– leading good autism practice

Training is specific to early years, school, & post 16 settings

Refreshments and lunch provided.
Full agenda to be confirmed.

Guest Speaker

Dean Beadle – sharing his personal experiences of ASD

AET Programme Haed
Sarah-Jane Critchley – an overview of the AET

The parents' perspective

Registration 9:30am for 10am start

Cost: £26.18

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Information provided by Autism Education Trust

The Autism Education Trust (AET) is funded by the Department of Education (DfE) and was founded by Ambitious about Autism (formally TreeHouse), The Council for Disabled Children (CDC) and The National Autistic Society (NAS).

The AET is a partnership of organisations with an interest in autism and works to improve education for children with autism. It is hosted on behalf of the partnership by the NAS.

The AET helps raise awareness of the importance of appropriate educational provision for children and young people on the autism spectrum through a range of dedicated events, information sharing conferences, web based resources and ongoing research and project work.

The AET programme is a national, face-to-face 3 tier training programme for professionals working across all education settings for children and young people from 0-25 through training hubs. The programme has specific training for early years, schools and post 16. It also includes seperate autism standards and autism competency frameworks for those specific settings.