Autism Education Trust Training
The Autism Education Trust (AET) is a not for profit programme led by two national autism charities – the National Autistic Society (NAS) and Ambitious about Autism (AaA).
Established and supported by the Department for Education, the AET promotes and supports partnerships throughout the education system to improve educational access, experience and outcomes for autistic children and young people. Underpinned by current research into good autism practice, the AET programme is structured around the three education phases – Early Years, Schools and Post 16.
Woodley School is an AET training hub, with a dedicated training team who are committed to promoting and sharing good autism practise across educational settings in Kirklees, and beyond!
Our AET trainers will:
1. Share knowledge and understanding , and research and experiences gathered by the AET and young expert panel
2. Develop the skills of the workforce by providing training and resources
3. Embed positive attitudes towards neurodiversity
4. Support system leaders
Our team can provide bespoke training packages for schools within Kirklees and courses to support families and school staff.
Making Sense of Autism,
Good Autism Practise
Leadership and Autism courses
Autism and Anxiety
Autism and Exclusions
ELKAN courses available
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org