Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA) is part of the complex Autistic Spectrum Conditions, one that is not recognised by certain healthcare professionals (for EHCP purposes).
People with PDA need a very different approach to the usual which is successfully adopted with individuals who have autism.
In this Level 2 training course, we will help you to get to the heart of the condition, and will share with you many ways to apply positive behaviour management. At the same time, you’ll learn how PDA affects learning and come away with practical and meaningful ways to have a calmer learning space.
This Level 2 accredited evening class has four learning points:
Your tutor is Karen Ferguson (BSc (Hons), PGCE, MEd) who for many years has been a Specialist Leader in Education for Autism. Karen has a multitude of scenarios and strategies to share with you, and which will help you to learn more to complete your accreditation.
This fully accredited training course is suitable for all teaching staff, classroom assistants, LSAs, TAs and adults within other settings.
We’re running this Level 2 course on Zoom over 3 evenings, and will include a combination of directed learning, participative activities and Q&A sessions. You’ll also need to complete a workbook for marking, to achieve your Level 2 accreditation.
We’ll provide you with lots of resources to take away and use as a reference point in the future.
It’s easy to enrol, simply ‘Add to Cart’ then ‘View Cart’ and use the check out. We’ll send you all the details and enrolment forms, with all links to sign in for the training.
This means that with the discount, you’ll be able to enrol for only £90, and work towards a Level 2 accreditation at the same time as learning a heck of a lot about PDA. It will make such a difference.
NB if you’d like us to run this session for your teams, just get in touch firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to seeing you there!
Any questions? Just get in touch: 07763942771
Our courses are accredited with OCN London