Raising Educational Standards in Autism

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    Conference 22 May 2013 @ AFC Bournemouth in association with the Autism Education Trust:Commissioned by AET with funding from the Department for Education, the national standards and practitioner competency framework have been developed by the Autism Centre for Education and Research at the University of Birmingham.The standards are being increasingly adopted by schools and local authorities to assit the quality of practice and provision in schools, as is the competency framework to support staff development and management processes.Founded on a consistent set of principles and supported by high quality resources, the standards and competency framework provide a practical approach to improving the experiences and outcomes for young people with autism in school.The conference starts at 09.00 for registration and closes at 16.45.Booking a place costs £95 for professionals and £50 for parents, members, students and people with autism.Book here - http://autismwessex.org.uk/training/annual_conference/raising-educational-standards-in-autism-conference

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