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All professional CPD

On this page you will find all our CPD opportunities for professionals.

Please click through the links to find more information on each individual course

Course places can be booked by emailing training@thepartnershiptrust.com .

DATE AND TIMECOURSE TITLECOURSE DETAILSCOURSE LEADERVENUE AND COST
Thursday, October 14th
9.30am to 3.30pm
AET schools good autism practice

To book, please email aet@fosseway school.com
Practical knowledge, hands-on tools and techniques for all practitioners working directly with school-age pupils on the autism spectrum, in both mainstream and specialist services, to develop their practice.Becca Tranter and Sarah KeeltyFosse Way School, Longfellow Road, Radstock BA3 3AL
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
Friday, November 12th
9.30am to 3pm
Universal classroom strategies for pupils on the autism spectrum secondary and post-16

To book a place, please email training@ thepartnership trust.com
This course will support secondary and post-16 settings to develop their knowledge and understanding of autism and how to provide support at a universal level. This includes promoting key strategies to ensure consistency across all settings in support of the Graduated Approach.Sarah Keelty and Carol JonesFosse Way School, Longfellow Road, Radstock BA3 3AL
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
£50 to others
Wednesday, November 17th
9.15am to noon
Understanding
girls on the autism
spectrum


To book a place, please email training@ thepartnership trust.com
This course offers a deeper understanding of girls with autism, how parents can support daughters, how teachers can support girls in their class and strategies to support girls in school.Sarah KeeltyFosse Way School, Longfellow Road, Radstock BA3 3AL
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
£50 to others
Online course:
Wednesday, November 17th
3.30pm to 5.30pm
AET schools making sense of autism

To book, please email aet@fosseway school.com
Basic autism awareness training for all staff within school-age education settings, mainstream and
specialist services.
Hannah HobbsOnline course: To be delivered via Zoom
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
Monday, November 22nd
9.30am to 3.30pm
AET post-16 making sense of autism for practitioners

To book, please email aet@fosseway school.com
This training offers practical
approaches to developing
teaching, learning and
support strategies for all staff
working directly with young
people on the autism
spectrum (including tutors,
learning support
practitioners, assessors,
trainers and job coaches).
Tony Kelly and Paul FordFosse Way School, Longfellow Road, Radstock BA3 3AL
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
Online course:
Wednesday, November 24th
10am to noon
AET early years making sense of autism

To book, please email aet@fosseway school.com
Raising awareness of staff in all early years settings, whether or not they work directly with children on the autism spectrum Hannah HobbsOnline course: To be delivered via Zoom
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
Wednesday, January 12th
4pm to 5,30pm
AET post-16 raising awareness

To book, please email aet@fosseway school.com
Basic autism awareness
training for everyone
involved in a post 16
setting who would benefit
from an understanding of
autism. This includes
teaching and support staff,
office staff, caterers,
caretakers, transport staff,
governors, employers and
careers advisers.
Paul Ford and Carol JonesFosse Way School, Longfellow Road, Radstock BA3 3AL
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
Friday, January 14th
1.30pm to 3.30pm
AET early years making sense of autism

To book, please email aet@fosseway school.com
Raising awareness of staff in all early years settings, whether or not they work directly with children on the autism spectrum Hannah HobbsFosse Way School, Longfellow Road, Radstock BA3 3AL
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
Wednesday, January 19th
9.15am to noon
Universal classroom strategies for pupils on the autism spectrum early years and primary

To book a place, please email training@ thepartnership trust.com
This course will support early years and primary settings to develop their knowledge and understanding of ASD and how to provide support at a universal level. This includes promoting key strategies to ensure consistency across all settings in support of the graduated approach.Hannah HobbsFosse Way School, Longfellow Road, Radstock BA3 3AL
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
£50 to others
Wednesday, January 19th
4pm to 5.30pm
AET schools making sense of autism

To book, please email aet@fosseway school.com
Basic autism awareness training for all staff within school-age education settings, mainstream and
specialist services.
Becca TranterFosse Way School, Longfellow Road, Radstock BA3 3AL
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
Thursday, January 20th
9.30am to 3.30pm
AET post-16 making sense of autism for managers

To book, please email aet@fosseway school.com
For all staff who may take a leadership role that includes responsibility for developing provision for young people on the autism spectrum within a post-16 setting (including lead practitioners for autism; inclusion and/or curriculum managers and those who manage additional learning support).Tony KellyFosse Way School, Longfellow Road, Radstock BA3 3AL
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
Online course:
Mondays, January 24th and 31st
9.30am to 12.30pm
AET early years good autism practice

To book, please email aet@fosseway school.com
Raising awareness of staff in all early years settings, whether or not they work directly with children on the autism spectrum Hannah HobbsOnline course: To be delivered via Zoom
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
Tuesday, January 25th
9.45am to 11.15am
Autism Champions early years and primary network meeting

To book a place, please email training@ thepartnership trust.com
Help to foster a positive culture towards autism in your setting by becoming an autism champion, We are aiming for every setting in B&NES to have an identified autism champion who can support pupils and their familiesSarah Keelty and Hayley BrimbleFosse Way School, Longfellow Road, Radstock BA3 3AL
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
£30 to others
Tuesday, January 25th
10.30am to noon
Autism Champions secondary and post-16 network meeting

To book a place, please email training@ thepartnership trust.com
Help to foster a positive culture towards autism in your setting by becoming an autism champion, We are aiming for every setting in B&NES to have an identified autism champion who can support pupils and their familiesPaul Ford and Carol JonesFosse Way School, Longfellow Road, Radstock BA3 3AL
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
£30 to others
Wednesday, January 26th
9.30am to 3.30pm
AET schools good autism practice

To book, please email aet@fosseway school.com
Practical knowledge, hands-on tools and techniques for all practitioners working directly with school-age pupils on the autism spectrum, in both mainstream and specialist services, to develop their practice.Sarah Keelty and Paul FordFosse Way School, Longfellow Road, Radstock BA3 3AL
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
Thursday, January 27th
9.15am, to noon
How to write social scripts

To book a place, please email training@ thepartnership trust.com
Why social scripts are
effective, how to write to
increase students’
understanding, the rules of
writing social stories and
sharing examples of stories.
Becca TranterFosse Way School, Longfellow Road, Radstock BA3 3AL
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
£50 to others
Wednesday, February 16th
9.30am to 12.30pm
AET schools progression framework

To book, please email aet@fosseway school.com

This half-day session is suitable for practitioners working with autistic children and young people in mainstream or specialist early years, schools or post- 16 settings.Becca Tranter and Sarah KeeltyFosse Way School, Longfellow Road, Radstock BA3 3AL
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
Online course:
Tuesday, March 8th
3.30pm to 5.30pm
AET schools making sense of autism

To book, please email aet@fosseway school.com

Basic autism awareness training for all staff within school-age education settings, mainstream and
specialist services.
Sarah KeeltyOnline course: To be delivered via Zoom
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
Online course:
Wednesday, March 9th
1.30pm to 3.30pm
AET early years making sense of autism

To book, please email aet@fosseway school.com
Raising awareness of staff in all early years settings, whether or not they work directly with children on the autism spectrum Hannah HobbsOnline course: To be delivered via Zoom
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
Monday, March 14th
9.30am to 3pm
Universal classroom strategies for pupils on the autism spectrum secondary and post-16

To book a place, please email training@ thepartnership trust.com
This course will support secondary and post-16 settings to develop their knowledge and understanding of autism and how to provide support at a universal level. This includes promoting key strategies to ensure consistency across all settings in support of the Graduated Approach.Paul Ford and Carol JonesFosse Way School, Longfellow Road, Radstock BA3 3AL
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
£50 to others
Wednesday, March 16th
9.15am to noon
Understanding
girls on the autism
spectrum


To book a place, please email training@ thepartnership trust.com
This course offers a deeper understanding of girls with autism, how parents can support daughters, how teachers can support girls in their class and strategies to support girls in school.Hannah HobbsFosse Way School, Longfellow Road, Radstock BA3 3AL
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
£50 to others
Wednesday, March 23rd
9.15am to noon
Developing social and friendship skills in pupils with autism

To book a place, please email training@ thepartnership trust.com
This course will cover how to develop friendship and social understanding and a focus on resources and strategies to support pupils Hannah Hobbs and Hayley BrimbleFosse Way School, Longfellow Road, Radstock BA3 3AL
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
£50 to others
Monday, April 4th
9.30am to 3.30pm
AET post-16 making sense of autism for practitioners

To book, please email aet@fosseway school.com
This training offers practical
approaches to developing
teaching, learning and
support strategies for all staff
working directly with young
people on the autism
spectrum (including tutors,
learning support
practitioners, assessors,
trainers and job coaches).
Tony Kelly and Paul FordFosse Way School, Longfellow Road, Radstock BA3 3AL
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
Wednesday, May 4th
10am to noon
AET early years making sense of autism

To book, please email aet@fosseway school.com
Raising awareness of staff in all early years settings, whether or not they work directly with children on the autism spectrum Hannah HobbsFosse Way School, Longfellow Road, Radstock BA3 3AL
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
Monday, May 9th
9.30am to 3.30pm
AET early years good autism practice

To book, please email aet@fosseway school.com
To support all
practitioners working directly with children on the autism spectrum.
Hannah HobbsFosse Way School, Longfellow Road, Radstock BA3 3AL
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
Tuesday, May 10th
9.30am to 12.30pm
AET schools progression framework

To book, please email aet@fosseway school.com
This half-day session is suitable for practitioners working with autistic children and young people in mainstream or specialist early years, schools or post- 16 settings.Sarah Keelty and Carol JonesFosse Way School, Longfellow Road, Radstock BA3 3AL
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
Online course: Wednesday, May 11th
3.30pm to 5.30pm
AET schools making sense of autism

To book, please email aet@fosseway school.com
Basic autism awareness training for all staff within school-age education settings, mainstream and
specialist services.
Paul FordOnline course: To be delivered via Zoom
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
Monday, May 16th
9.30am to 3.30pm
AET schools good autism practice

To book, please email aet@fosseway school.com
Practical knowledge, hands-on tools and techniques for all practitioners working directly with school-age pupils on the autism spectrum, in both mainstream and specialist services, to develop their practice.Paul Ford and Carol JonesFosse Way School, Longfellow Road, Radstock BA3 3AL
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
Tuesday, May 17th
9.45am to 11.15am
Autism Champions early years and primary network meeting

To book a place, please email training@ thepartnership trust.com
Help to foster a positive culture towards autism in your setting by becoming an autism champion, We are aiming for every setting in B&NES to have an identified autism champion who can support pupils and their familiesSarah Keelty and Hayley BrimbleFosse Way School, Longfellow Road, Radstock BA3 3AL
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
£30 to others
Tuesday, May 17th
10.30am to noon
Autism Champions secondary and post-16 network meeting

To book a place, please email training@ thepartnership trust.com
Help to foster a positive culture towards autism in your setting by becoming an autism champion, We are aiming for every setting in B&NES to have an identified autism champion who can support pupils and their familiesPaul Ford and Carol JonesFosse Way School, Longfellow Road, Radstock BA3 3AL
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
£30 to others
Thursday, May 19th
4pm to 5,30pm
AET post-16 raising awareness

To book, please email aet@fosseway school.com
Basic autism awareness
training for everyone
involved in a post 16
setting who would benefit
from an understanding of
autism. This includes
teaching and support staff,
office staff, caterers,
caretakers, transport staff,
governors, employers and
careers advisers.
Paul Ford and Tony KellyFosse Way School, Longfellow Road, Radstock BA3 3AL
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
Friday, May 20th
9.15am to noon
Universal classroom strategies for pupils on the autism spectrum early years and primary

To book a place, please email training@ thepartnership trust.com
This course will support early years and primary settings to develop their knowledge and understanding of ASD and how to provide support at a universal level. This includes promoting key strategies to ensure consistency across all settings in support of the graduated approach.Hannah HobbsFosse Way School, Longfellow Road, Radstock BA3 3AL
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
£50 to others
Thursday, May 26th
9.30am to 12.30pm
AET post-16 transitions

To book, please email aet@fosseway school.com
This training is suitable for anyone in a college, school or local authority working with young people on the autism spectrum. The training offers techniques for effective transition planning for young people on the autism spectrum, using person– centred approaches and tools, and how to work in partnership with young people, their families and other service providers to achieve positive outcomes after school.Tony KellyFosse Way School, Longfellow Road, Radstock BA3 3AL
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
Online course:
Wednesday, June 15th
3.30pm to 5.30pm
AET early years making sense of autism

To book, please email aet@fosseway school.com
Raising awareness of staff in all early years settings, whether or not they work directly with children on the autism spectrum Hannah HobbsOnline course: To be delivered via Zoom
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
Wednesday, June 15th
3.30pm to 5.30pm
AET schools making sense of autism

To book, please email aet@fosseway school.com
Basic autism awareness training for all staff within school-age education settings, mainstream and
specialist services.
Becca TranterFosse Way School, Longfellow Road, Radstock BA3 3AL
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
Thursday, June 16th
9.30am to 3.30pm
AET post-16 making sense of autism for practitioners

To book, please email aet@fosseway school.com
This training offers practical
approaches to developing
teaching, learning and
support strategies for all staff
working directly with young
people on the autism
spectrum (including tutors,
learning support
practitioners, assessors,
trainers and job coaches).
Tony KellyFosse Way School, Longfellow Road, Radstock BA3 3AL
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
Wednesday, June 22nd
9.30am to 3pm
Universal classroom strategies for pupils on the autism spectrum secondary and post-16

To book a place, please email training@ thepartnership trust.com
This course will support secondary and post-16 settings to develop their knowledge and understanding of autism and how to provide support at a universal level. This includes promoting key strategies to ensure consistency across all settings in support of the Graduated Approach.Sarah Keelty and Paul FordFosse Way School, Longfellow Road, Radstock BA3 3AL
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
£50 to others
Wednesday June 29th
9.15am to noon
How to write social scripts

To book a place, please email training@ thepartnership trust.com
Why social scripts are
effective, how to write to
increase students’
understanding, the rules of
writing social stories and
sharing examples of stories.
Paul FordFosse Way School, Longfellow Road, Radstock BA3 3AL
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
£50 to others
Friday, July 1st
9.15am to noon
Understanding
girls on the autism
spectrum


To book a place, please email training@ thepartnership trust.com
This course offers a deeper understanding of girls with autism, how parents can support daughters, how teachers can support girls in their class and strategies to support girls in school.Sarah KeeltyFosse Way School, Longfellow Road, Radstock BA3 3AL
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
£50 to others
Thursday, July 7th
9.30am to 3.30pm
AET post-16 making sense of autism for managers

To book, please email aet@fosseway school.com
For all staff who may take a leadership role that includes responsibility for developing provision for young people on the autism spectrum within a post-16 setting (including lead practitioners for autism; inclusion and/or curriculum managers and those who manage additional learning support).Tony KellyFosse Way School, Longfellow Road, Radstock BA3 3AL
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES