NAS and ICEP’s Asperger Syndrome online training course now enrolling

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The National Autistic Society (NAS) and the Institute of Child Education and Psychology (ICEP) are currently accepting applications for their online training course in ‘Asperger Syndrome: Insights and Interventions for Support’, with the Spring 2013 term beginning on February 11th.

 

This course has been developed in direct response to requests from parents, schools, teachers and allied professionals, for effective Asperger specific training. It provides an in-depth route to understanding the complexity of Asperger syndrome and focuses on strategies and approaches to address the need for increased awareness, knowledge, techniques and support for practitioners working in the area. The online course is offered by the National Autistic Society NAS and ICEP Europe and participants will receive expert tutor support from NAS practitioners who have been working directly with children, families, schools and educational organisations for many years.

 

This course is designed to give teachers, parents and other professionals in health and education settings the understanding and practical skills essential to supporting children and young people with autism. It is relevant to inclusion managers, SENCOs, educational psychologists, social care workers, local authority support team members, learning support staff and allied professionals.

 

For more information about the course, including cost and enrollment dates, click here.