iSEND Free Training
iSEND Free Training 2022
Emotionally Based School Avoidance (EBSA) is a term used to describe children and young people (CYP) who experience challenges in attending school due to negative feelings (such as anxiety).
EBSA is commonly associated with emotional and physical distress, and a reluctance to attend school, which can lead to reduced attendance and further anxiety regarding school.
The Educational Psychology (EP) Team are in the process of setting up a weekly drop-in session for schools to discuss their concerns about EBSA in the school. There will be a drop-in for each are hub and it is expected that these will begin after the Autumn half term.
If you have any general enquires about EBSA in the meantime, please email email@example.com and we will try to support you through signposting and/or directing you to appropriate referral pathways.
Buckinghamshire Council’s Integrated SEN Service has designed a free bespoke, high-quality training programme. Our training will be delivered by a range of Local Authority Professionals, including Specialist Teacher and Educational Psychologists.
Our training will support educational professionals’ learning and development whilst supporting our iSEND Service Ambitions.
Autism Education Trust (AET) Training
iSEND is proud to offer the AET training to our settings for free this year.
The AET schools programme offers training and resources to professionals working across all education settings for school-aged pupils aged 5 to 16 years via a network of specialist training hubs across the UK.
Supported by the Department for Education, the programme offers nationally delivered face-to-face or virtual training for professionals working with Autistic children and young people up to the age of 25.
The training uses a range of teaching methods to form an essential part of your continued professional development.
This suite of resources will support leaders or leadership teams to create a culture change across their provision. The resources will support leaders to embed the 8 principles of good autism practice as outlined in the Good Autism Practice Report.
To book whole-school 'Making sense of Autism' training for your school please email firstname.lastname@example.org.