Are you a professional, service provider or family member looking for an introduction to the philosophy and practice of the SCERTS educational model?
Puzzle are hosting a two day SCERTS training course delivered by one of the SCERTS model co-authors, Emily Rubin. For more information CLICK HERE
When: 15th and 16th October 2019
Where: Milton Keynes (accessible from London and the North)
What: The SCERTS model is a research based educational model and multidisciplinary framework that directly addresses the core challenges faced by children with autism and their families.
Fees: £250 for 2 days, 10% discount for 3 or more delegates,
use CODE GRPSCERTS
How to book: CLICK HERE
SCERTS focuses on building competence in Social Communication, Emotional Regulation and Transactional Supports and is applicable across a wide range of age ranges, abilities and settings.
Training in the SCERTS model offers a huge range of opportunities to strengthen your practice and support the development of children with autism.
Do you enjoy working with pre-school children? Do you have the passion to work one to one supporting children at our specialist nursery? we would love to hear from you! Puzzle Centre is now recruiting Learning Support Assistants to work in our nursery (various shifts availiable) Closing date is Friday 21st June 2019, to find out more, please click here
Puzzle Centre is delighted to announce that today, Saturday 8th June 2019, Alexandra Stanyer, Founder and CEO of Puzzle Centre Trust, has been awarded an MBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list for services to young people with autism. To read more about this prestigious award and what it means to Alex and Puzzle you can read our full press release here
Puzzle Centre are delighted to be hosting this 2 day event delivered by Emily Rubin. BOOK NOW TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT. 15th and 16th October 2019 – Ridgeway Centre Milton Keynes. Bookings for 3 or more delegates 10%discount – Use discount code GRPSCERTS when booking BOOK YOUR PLACE HERE – GROUP DISCOUNT BOOKINGS AVAILABLE For more detailed course information – CLICK HERE
Puzzle Centre are running parent support group for those families with a child on our nursery waiting list. You are welcome to attend one or more of our group activities if you are waiting for a place in our specialist setting Aim: The focus of these groups will be to introduce you and your child to some of the specialist input provided by Puzzle Centre and to give you opportunities to meet other families. Click here for more information
Puzzle Centre delivers Early Years Autism Training across South East via AET Training Hub The Puzzle Centre in partnership with the Buckinghamshire Learning Trust and Oxfordshire County Council has been awarded the contract by the Autism Education Trust to be the South East Region Early Years Training Hub. The training hub is now delivering a 3-tier programme for early years practitioners across the whole of the South East region of England. The three tiers of training available are: Tier 1. Making sense of autism – for all early years practitioners Tier 2. Good autism practice – for practitioners working directly