Training and Courses

Brookfields Professional Training offers a range of course, workshops and training for education, Social Services, Health Authorities and local businesses.

‘I have been really inspired by the course – thank you’

‘The presenters were very knowledgeable and had a deep understanding’

‘You have given me some great ideas to use….and it was FUN!’

Below are listed some of the courses and workshops that we are able to offer you. We are also happy to organise and arrange specific courses to meet your needs!

Understanding Autism

  • Understanding and Managing Behaviour
  • ADHD
  • Understanding Down Syndrome
  • Understanding Cerebral Palsy
  • Inclusion
  • Understanding P Scales and their use
  • Numicon number system
  • Intervention Strategies for the less able reader
  • Writing with Symbols, Communicate in Print and Clicker 5
  • Disability Awareness for schools
  • Disability Awareness for businesses
  • Writing and using Social Stories
  • Whole day school based training at Brookfields School for Teaching Assistants
  • PAWS-2 (Parent Autism Workshops)
  • Working in partnership with parents and families
  • Supporting siblings
  • MOVE (Movement Opportunities via Education)
  • Job Coaching and Systematic Instruction
  • Pathways to Employment for young people with Learning Difficulties

We also offer accredited online training through Online Training (SEN) in the following:

  • Understating Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • Inclusion of pupils with Speech, Language and Communication Needs
  • Understanding and Managing Behaviour
  • Understanding Hearing Impairment

MOVE (Movement Opportunities via Education)

As a MOVE Regional Centre of Excellence, Brookfields School is able to offer training for schools in MOVE allowing participants to become registered MOVE Practitioners. For more information about MOVE click here.

For further information on the courses and training we are able to offer, please contact Sophie McKim on 0118 94 55798 or at [email protected]

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