Autism related training courses have been delivered externally to many people and organisations over the last ten years with great success. Autism Hampshire trainers collaborate with Experts by Experience on the design and content of autism specific training and personal perspectives are an integral part of all the courses.
Autism Hampshire, in partnership with CAMHS, have been delivering an autism specific training cycle, encompassing 6 topic specific sessions, to parents and carers whose children are either on the pathway to diagnosis or have been recently diagnosed as autistic. These training sessions have been hugely popular and often oversubscribed.
‘Putting my daughter’s behaviours into context of her autism and having practical ideas and solutions to help has been invaluable’
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See below for current and up-coming courses
Autism E-Learning: Developing Understanding and Implementing Practical Approaches
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It is Autism Hampshire's policy to ensure all its staff are trained to the very highest standards. To facilitate this we have a robust annual training calendar of in-house specialist training covering the care and education of adults with autism.
All support staff from day one of Corporate Induction are working towards becoming an Autism Practitioner by following the Autism Practitioner Pathway
Autism Ambassador Scheme
Autism Hampshire trainers, in partnership with Hampshire County Council and Hampshire Autism Voice, delivers the Autism Ambassador scheme for Hampshire, Portsmouth, Southampton and the Isle of Wight and it was launched in May 2015 in line with the Department of Health recommendations in the ‘Think Autism’ strategy.
An Autism Ambassador can:
provide the opportunity to make a difference to a person living with autism and their families.
act as an agent for change through being a positive voice for autistic people
raise awareness of autism through work processes and practices
influence reasonable adjustments that can be made in the workplace
build knowledge and sharing of best practice through development networks.
‘Very thought provoking thank you. Will certainly support the work I am currently undertaking’.
‘Great delivery and incredibly informative! Very approachable and clearly passionate team’.