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Course Information & Fee’s

The Government has committed to the Autism Act 2009 and the subsequent Think Autism strategy (2014). A consultation was launched in 2019.

Following on from this, in November 2019, the Government announced the introduction of mandatory training in learning disability and autism for all health and social care staff, relevant to their role. This was in response to a consultation on the proposal of mandatory training. In support of this, Connecting Worlds autism training now includes training tailored specifically towards the health and social care sector .

All Connecting Worlds autism training services support current strategy, core competencies and frameworks. Several sessions are available including twilight, weekend, half and full-day training. All training packages are competitively priced.

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

Each learner will receive a Certificate of Attendance

Consultancy and 1:1 services

Skype/telephone service

£500 per day

£50 price includes 45 minute consultation


Full-Day ---- 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
Half-Day ---- Autism awareness
£300
Half-Day --- Sensory dysfunctions and the effects on behaviour
£300
One hour Autism taster session (with extra time for Q & A’s)  £70
Prices exclude travel and accommodation costs where applicable

Mileage 20ppm from TS12 Postcode.

Accommodation is always moderately priced but price varies according to area.

Minimum 5 maximum 20 delegates per course 

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