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Drop In to one of our ASD, Sensory and Additional Needs STEPS Training (Support Through Each Positive Step)

– Tickets £40 per person.
– Thursday 8th October 10am – 3pm
– Saturday 24th October 10am – 3pm
– Gain real life Insight of Autism, Sensory & Additional Needs.
– Gain greater empathy and understanding of needs
– Learn effective strategies, tools and coping mechanisms
– Leave feeling empowered as better understanding of what can help and why!

and much more…

We are aware that sensory support is becoming an increasingly important role in more and more settings which aim to help children manage daily sensory difficulties such as stress, behavioural difficulties, anxiety and processing.

Due to this high demand we are proud to offer our Drop in ASD, Sensory and Additional Needs STEP’s Training (Support Through Each Positive Step). We bring our wealth of knowledge of sensory processing, real life home and classroom scenarios to help you.

What is involved in the training?

Areas covered in our Drop in Classic ASD, Sensory and Additional Needs STEP’s Training (Support Through Each Positive Step) include:

– Gain real life Insight of Autism, Sensory & Additional Needs.
– Gain greater empathy and understanding of needs
– Learn effective strategies, tools and coping mechanisms
– Leave feeling empowered as better understanding of what can help and why!

We also offer our Classic training package to groups, schools and organisations. If you feel this would be helpful to your group, school or organisation, please click here.

If you would prefer our Bespoke group training, which is made up of our classic training, along with other bespoke options, please click here.

Who runs the training?

The training is delivered by Andy, a Learning Space team member and ASD expert. Andy is our ASD, Sensory and Additional Needs Training Specialist who has a wealth of experience delivering ASD training, helping families and training professionals. His expertise comes not only from his own personal experience of having ASD, along with having 3 children with ASD, but it comes from engulfing his life in attending courses, researching and constantly learning from the children, families and professionals that he supports. His passion in this field drives him so that more children can be understood and that those around them can put steps in place to support them. All with the aim of making a positive impact on individuals lives and being an advocate for ASD, Sensory and Additional Needs.

“I have a plethora of knowledge through experience and course such as ‘Advocate for ASD individuals’ and ‘Managing Challenging Behaviours’. I have Autism Spectrum Disorder and 3 children with ASD. My drive is to help children feel valued and empowered. Creating Specialist training alongside the expertise and knowledge from Learning SPACE enables us to make a bigger impact together”

When can I attend the training?

Please book your tickets by clicking on ‘Choose a Date’ above and choose a date that suits you:

– Thursday 8th October 10am – 3pm
– Saturday 24th October 10am – 3pm

Where is the training taking place?

Learning SPACE Den, 11A Fountain Centre, College Street, Belfast. BT1 6ET.

Please come to the Learning SPACE shop and you will be directed to our den.

Due to social distancing we have limited spaces for each training event. Bookings are on a first come, first served basis.

Why attend the training?

– Gain Real Life Experience of Autism, Sensory & Additional Needs.
– Understand How & Why of Helpful Techniques.
– Learn Effective Strategies & Tools.
– Leave Feeling Empowered!

How much are the tickets?

The tickets are £40 per person. Click on the button below to book.

What have attendees said about the training?

❝Andy is inspirational. He not only knows his stuff but he is able to give mothers like myself an insight into how and why our children with autism do the things they do. Definitely an asset to the shop.

Denise Henderson, Parent

❝When you had us do the “spelling test” I was in tears thinking what the boy I work with could be feeling and it makes me want to give him a big hug. Thank you.”

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