Hear from young people with autism about their experiences of transition and going to college - London March 31st

Anonymous's picture

This exciting low cost event on March 31st is an opportunity to share progress and learning from the first year of Finished at School.Ambitious about Autism in partnership with the Association of Colleges and nasen is leading the DfEdefinition sponsored Finished at School programme which is working with schools and colleges to develop and strengthen post-school transition pathways for young people with autism.

The programme for the day includes:
- an opportunity to hear from staff and learners at Weston College about their Grade 1 provision
for learners with autism;

- details of the new Autism Education Trust staff training programme for post-16 education providers

 - staff and learners from City College Norwich talk about what makes good support

 - an update from the Department for Education on the progress of the SEND reforms and information on how colleges are preparing for the implementation of the  Children and Families Act;

For further details and to book your place (cost £20.00) please click on this link< or visit Ambitious about Autism website www.ambitiousaboutautism.org.uk<

Lou Mycroft's picture

This looks brilliant, Yola.

This looks brilliant, Yola.  I've shared details of the event on Twitter.  I hope it goes really well.

Lou x

yola.jacobsen's picture

March 31st - Learners with autism speaking about college

Thanks for your support Lou.  It should be a really good day.  There are some spaces still available.

 

Yola