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AET Post 16 transition from school to college  logo event
Start date Thursday 20 January 2022 Add to Outlook Calendar
Times 13:00 - 15:30 
Arrival Time 13:00 
Closing date Thursday 20 January 2022
Virtual Room (Teams etc), Remote BCP Council, Remote locations, Bourne Avenue, BH2 6DY
Venue notes This is an online venue. Exact details of how to join the online event and timings, are either attached in the booking confirmation or may be sent by the event leader/event admin nearer the time, by email or in a meeting request. 
Event Leader Kate Tuck 
Event Contributor
Kate Tuck 
Admin Contact Jackie Horne (
Event Description 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. 
Event Outcomes Identify actions to support young people on the autism spectrum to complete a successful move from school to college (transition).provide you with approaches and strategies to support transition.enhance your understanding about how to build partnerships with key stakeholders in the transition process. These include young people, their families and other service providers.enable you to improve outcomes for young people on the autism spectrum, both as they move from school into college and from college into adult life. 
Course Cost £ 75 
Event Charges Notes This event can be Boost funded for BCP Schools. 
Maximum places 30 
Minimum places
Programme Area Adult Social Care / Children and Young People's Social Care / Early Help (0-19) / SEN and disabilities 
Event Notes This event will be delivered virtually. You will be required to have your video camera on. 
No of sessions 1