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National Autistic Society (NAS) is the leading UK charity for people with autism (including Asperger syndrome) with many years' experience delivering tailored, in-house training in autism to schools, local authorities, social services, practitioners and professionals across the UK.

 


Pivotal Education is a team of the UK's leading teacher trainers with a worldwide reputation for transforming classroom behaviour and achieving outstanding teaching. They work with hundreds of schools and colleges spanning 15 countries and are widely regarded for our cutting edge practice.

 

Dr Joanna Grant is qualified as both a teacher and an Educational Psychologist. She has been an Educational Psychologist (EP) for 10 years and worked extensively in London and the South East. She has provided consultations and training for education, social services and health professionals.

 

EduCare provides training in Safeguarding, Child Protection and Equality & Diversity for small, medium and large organisations, including the NHS and British Airways, as well as thousands of schools and nurseries across the country.

 

First Aid Safety specialises in the provision of manual handling, first-aid and health & safety training for schools and other workplaces.

 


The TA Collegewas created in 2006 as the original, eLearning based study specifically for Teaching Assistants with a focus on balancing flexibility and individual support. No organisation has done more than the TA College to provide Teaching Assistants with relevant, practical and flexible training in this time. All courses are accredited by CACHE.

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