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Course Information & Fee’s

Core Competencies Framework for supporting autistic people-commissioned by Health Education England.

The 2009 Autism Act put a duty on Government to produce a strategy for autistic adults. This led to the Think Autism (2014) strategy. A key duty in the statutory guidance is the provision of training for all frontline public service staff and to develop specialist autism training for health and social care staff.

In line with this statutory duty, the Core Capabilities Framework for supporting autistic people – CCF, was commissioned by Health Education England -HEE. Initial findings were published in 2019. The aim is for this framework to become the standard against which service and workforce quality will be measured.

All Connecting Worlds autism training services support current strategy, core competencies and frameworks.

Bespoke training packages are available on request. Please do not hesitate to contact Connecting Worlds Autism Training to discuss your training and consultancy needs.

Each learner will receive a Certificate of Attendance

Consultancy and 1:1 services£500 – per day
Skype/telephone service
£50 – 45 minute consultation
Promoting communication,
reducing anxiety and behaviours that challenge 
£500 – full day
Enhanced autism training£500– full day
Positive Behaviour Support, (PBS) £500– full day
Understanding Autism and Sensory Processing £500 – full day
Autism taster session (with extra time for Q & A’s) £100 – 75 minutes
Augmentative and Alternative Communication, (AAC)£500- full day
Autism awareness
£300– half day
Prices exclude travel and accommodation costs where applicable Mileage: 20 pence per mile from TS12 Postcode.

Accommodation, (where necessary) is always moderately priced.

Minimum 5 maximum 20 delegates per course 

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