Communication Support for Verbal Pupils with ASD - elearning

Communication Support for Verbal Pupils with ASD - elearning

Communication Support for Verbal Pupils with ASD - elearning

10 SESSION

A practical training course for those of you working with children and young people with ASD.

This course is also available via face-to-face training

About the course

This NEW UPDATED practical training course is specifically designed for you if you are working in primary and secondary schools with pupils with autism or a social communication need. You will learn about the changes in the diagnostic criteria and how to manage pupils with sensory conditions in the classroom.

It will provide you with a broad overview into good communication practice with those with ASD and has plenty of ‘hands on’ activities which help to apply the learning and makes the course very interactive.

You will find it a great 'one stop shop' from which further training programmes in specific techniques can be explored.

This training will provide you with:

You'll be taught a wide range of topics through ten sessions. These are fun and interactive and cover:

What is communication and where does ASD fit?
Sensory integration and ASD
Understanding NVC, developing attention and using structure
Using visuals
Developing vocabulary, sequencing and narrative skills
Understanding beyond simple sentences and Blank
Developing interaction
Developing interaction for younger pupils
[coming soon]
Behaviour is communication
Making sense of it all
Online Training
Online Training

Our accredited online training is delivered through blended learning using our e-learning course and weekly live webinars. You'll be guided through the discussions by an experienced Elklan Tutor, and can choose to study at level 2 or 3.

Online Non-Accredited Training
Online Non-Accredited Training

Our e-learning sessions are available if you don't wish to complete the learning log or gain accreditation. You'll enjoy 12 weeks' access, with the option to upgrade later to the accredited e-learning course at a reduced price.

e-learning sessions for ASD - ten session

Online Training

e-learning sessions

Targeted strategies for specific age range

Language Builders for Verbal ASD
e-book

e-book
Anytime access to the e-learning sessions
Ten weeks

Twelve weeks
Teaching from an Elklan Tutor
Discuss and share with other learners
External accreditation with a 9 credit Award on successful completion
Learning log to complete online

£350 - £360 plus VAT

£250

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How do I book on a course?

First, consider if you want to achieve a qualification. If yes, apply for the accredited online training. If the accreditation isn't important to you now, then access the online e-learning sessions only - you can always upgrade later.

Places on our accredited online training courses fill quickly, so we recommend you apply as soon as you are able.

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Further training opportunities

Let's Talk courses for parents and carers

If you achieve a level 3 qualification in Communication Support for Verbal Pupils with ASD, you can train to deliver Let's Talk Together to parents and carers of children with speech and language needs in your school. Following a one-day course, you'll be qualified as a Let's Talk Tutor, able to cascade the Let's Talk course under licence.

Communication Friendly Settings (CFSe)

Communication Support for Verbal Pupils with ASD is an essential first step for your school to achieve Communication Friendly Setting status. If you are a TA, you need to complete the level 3 qualification; if you are a teacher, then you can access the non-accredited e-learning sessions, which will prepare you to complete a level 4 learning log at the next stage.

Specialist Courses

These courses are ideally suited for you if you have completed an eight- or ten-session core course and wish to take their learning further.

Supporting Verbal Pupils with ASD
Supporting Children with Unclear Speech
Supporting Children and Adults using AAC

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