Back to School Learning Bundle

World-renowned Dr Tony Attwood is back in New Zealand in February 2024!! Register now for our one-day seminars in Wellington, Palmerston North and Auckland! Having trouble registering online? Just email registration details to jo@creatingsuccess.co.nz

Back to School Learning Bundle
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NZ$ 360.00 including GST
 
NZ$ 313.04 excluding GST
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Back to School Learning Bundle only $360! 

Boost your learning and save with our new back to school learning bundle with our two most popular on-demand courses with Tony Attwood and Michelle Garnett:

  • Autism in Schools, and
  • Challenging Behaviour and Classic Autism

Book and pay before 20 December 2023 to save $100 and receive bonus access until 4 February 2024 - which includes all the summer school holidays!

This bundle is perfect for those seeking a focused learning experience to increase their understanding of autism and learn great support strategies. 

TWO OF OUR MOST POPULAR ON-DEMAND COURSES:

  • Presented by Dr Tony Attwood and Dr Michelle Garnett
  • Up to 2 months to complete the two courses (access is from payment until Sunday 4 February 2024)
  • Each course is approximately 5 hours 30 minutes broken into 4 sessions (11 hours in total)
  • Downloadable PDF handouts supplied
  • Certificate of completion
  • $360.00 per person

Who will benefit?

All education professionals including Teachers, Teacher Aides, SENCOs, Learning Support Co-ordinators, School Principals, Counsellors, RTLBs, and administrative staff. Other education and health service providers including Speech Language Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Physio Therapists, Psychologists, Paediatricians, Mental Health Workers, Support Workers, and Families.

Autism in Schools:

Our brand new event, Autism in School, was specifically designed to train teachers and teacher aides in autism to increase their understanding of autism and equip them with specific strategies for teaching the autistic children and adolescents in their classroom, in Primary School, High School, Distance Education or Home Schooling. Families and health professionals who support the child or teenager attending school will also benefit. Content includes:

  • To be able to adapt classroom learning to suit an autistic learning profile.
  • To understand the different ways autism presents in girls, and how to adapt to her needs in the classroom.
  • To develop a safe, trusting relationship with your autistic student and their family.
  • How to recognise autistic thinking and behaviour, and how to respond.
  • Learn how to include emotion education as part of classroom learning and why this is important.
  • Learn how to support autistic friendships and create an inclusive classroom and playground culture.
  • Understand how to spot peer rejection and bullying, why it occurs and how to support an autistic student who is rejected and/or bullied.
  • Learn what motivates autistic students and how to maximise their focus and attention, and increase their flexibility in thinking.
  • Learn how to use special interests constructively.
  • Understand the different sensory profile of an autistic students and helpful accommodations.
  • Know the best resources for teachers.

Challenging Behaviour and Classic Autism:

Challenging behaviour, including for example hitting, kicking, pushing, shouting, biting, head banging and other forms of self-injury, is distressing for the person with autism, as well as for their families and people who work with them. These behaviours can result in a number of social problems including unsafe home, school and work settings, exclusion from school and community events, and burn-out for parents, carers and professionals.

This course will equip participants to understand the reasons behind the challenging behaviour to working hypotheses that will meaningfully inform a positive behavioural support plan. Participants will learn effective strategies to assist to develop communication tools, teach new behaviours effectively, encourage good social outcomes, accommodate sensory activities and manage strong emotions. Content includes:

  • Strategies to develop communication skills for those who have limited speech.
  • The learning profile associated with classic autism and strategies to encourage the acquisition of academic and daily living skills.
  • The effects of social experiences and facilitating social engagement.
  • The sensory profile of autism and how to accommodate sensory sensitivity.
  • The signs of increasing anxiety, anger or despair and how to manage and moderate emotional reactions.

 

What others have said about our Online Courses:

“I have done a few different online courses recently but none of them compare to the professionally delivered courses by Creating Success. Tony and Michelle’s delivery is brilliant. I learnt so much and was engaged the whole duration of the course.” (Angelique – Auckland)

“Thank you so much for providing these training opportunities. Hands down the BEST online course I have done.” (Jennifer – Napier)

“Michelle and Tony have such wonderful compassion and the way they present their information makes it so easy to watch. The 6 hour course went so fast I’m going to register for the other courses as well.” (Jan – New Plymouth)

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