Further Studies in Autism at Real Training - UCAS

Real Training

Degree level: Postgraduate

Further Studies in Autism (Taught)

Course summary

Further Studies in Autism builds upon the knowledge gained from our Autism Spectrum Conditions module. It will help you to develop a comprehensive and critical understanding of the research around sensory processing in autism, and the implications it has in the learning environment. Why take this course? -Develop your understanding of sensory processing needs in autism and the overlapping needs found relating to anxiety and emotional regulation -Audit and adapt the learning environment to support autistic students with sensory processing needs -Critically evaluate how to develop programmes to take into account potential gender differences in autistic students -Boost your confidence with supporting your autistic pupils -Achieve 60 Masters-level credits that you could put towards further study on one of our postgraduates programmes: SEND and Inclusion or Inclusive Educational Leadership Time required You will have up to 12 months to complete the module via our online learning platform - Campus Online. Entry requirements -It is expected that delegates starting this module will have already completed the Autism Spectrum Conditions module. -You will need to hold an undergraduate degree. -You will need to be working in an educational setting for this module. If you aren’t currently working in an educational setting you will need written permission from a senior member of staff to regularly access a setting. We can show you the best way to do this, enabling you to carry out our learning activities in your chosen setting. As part of this process, you will also need to complete a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. Visit GOV.UK for more information.

Assessment method

Your assessments will consist of four assessed tasks: Reflective analysis (3,000 words): A case study with reference to the identification, assessment and appropriate interventions for an autistic student with sensory needs. A comparative study of two interventions (3,000 words) which draws on theoretical perspectives and research of the effectiveness of mental wellbeing and emotional regulation support for autistic students. A literature review (3,000 words) which draws on theoretical perspectives and research and critically evaluates potential gender differences in autism and identifies implications for practice. A critical reflection (1,500 words plus 1,500 for staff audit tool) on learning over the module with a focus on identifying staff competencies and ways to enhance whole school practice to promote inclusive practice for autistic students.

Entry requirements

Entry requirements - You must hold an undergraduate degree. - You have to be employed & working in an education setting, ideally as a teacher.

Fees and funding

Tuition fees

EU £2495 Whole course
International £2495 Whole course
England £2495 Whole course
Northern Ireland £2495 Whole course
Scotland £2495 Whole course
Wales £2495 Whole course
Channel Islands £2495 Whole course
Republic of Ireland £2495 Whole course

Additional fee information

No additional fees or cost information has been supplied for this course, please contact the provider directly.

Sponsorship information

Real Training does not qualify for any sponsorships or funding. We offer the option to pay for our modules in instalments of either 1, 3 or 10. Please get in touch if you would like to discuss this further.

Further Studies in Autism at Real Training - UCAS