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Autism & PDA (pathological demand avoidance) training 23 Nov 2018
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This combined Autism & PDA (Pathological Demand Avoidance) training programme is being held at the
Holiday Inn, Bloomsbury
(nearest rail/tube stations are London Euston and Kings Cross/St Pancras).
Morning session: Six Simple Steps when Working with Learners with Autism
(9.30am – 12.00pm)
Whether in a teaching or supporting role, people attending this workshop will be able to leave the training with knowledge in the following areas:
Six Simple Steps:
Step 1 Understand what it means to have autism
Step 2 Communicate effectively with students who have autism
Step 3 Overcome sensory difficulties
Step 4 Remove barriers to learning
Step 5 Create an autism friendly environment
Step 6 Use positive behaviour management
Afternoon session – Understanding Pathological Demand Avoidance
(1.00pm – 3.30pm)
After lunch, we will pull back the curtain on this condition. In particular, you will:
Gain a greater understanding of the meaning of Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA).
Know more about the impact PDA has on a child, teenager or young adult and how they might be supported.
Get to know the key principles of positive behaviour management when working with children, teenagers and young adults with PDA.
Recognise the effects that PDA has on learning and understand how to reduce the impact of this.
Who should attend
This full day programme is designed for:
staff in any learning and skills environment
Fees for the day include refreshments and lunch, course resources and certificate of attendance.
Any participants wishing to know how to gain the OCN London Level 2 accreditation of either or both of these titles, get in touch to learn more. The trainer Laura Kerbey will provide a tutorial after the main training event to cover the learning outcomes and provide the resources you need. NB An additional fee of £50 per subject for formal accreditation will be payable
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