Phone 01761 412198
Email office@tbmpts.com

All CPD

On this page you will find all our CPD opportunities.

Please click through the links to find more information on each individual course

Course places can be booked by using the links in the table below or email office@tbmpts.com .

DATE AND TIMECOURSE TITLECOURSE DETAILSCOURSE LEADERVENUE AND COST
Across the academic year - starting September 18th 2020NQT Induction programme 2020-21Induction programme for NQTs plus mentor training. Includes full day training, half days and twilight sessionsSue Heal
Andy Hind
Naomi Rawlinson
£535 per NQT for the “package”

Pay as you go option available on request, please email office@ tbmpts.com
Thursday, May 6th
9.30am to noon
Sensory
processing (early years and
primary)
universal
strategies to
support children and young
people on the
autism spectrum and develop a graduated
approach


To book please email office@tbmpts.com
This course aims to
support settings to
implement effective
strategies to support
autistic students in the
Early Years and Primary with sensory processing differences. You will
explore how to understand children’s sensory
behaviours and recognise the impact sensory
processing has on a child’s learning.
Jo ThornTo be held online via Zoom
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
£50 to others
Monday, May 10th
10am to 11.30am
AET early years making sense of autism

To book please email aet@fossewayschool.com
Raising awareness of staff in all early years settings, whether or not they work directly with children on the autism spectrum Hannah HobbsTo be held online via Zoom
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
Thursday, May 13th
9.30am to noon
Sensory processing secondary and post-16)
universal
strategies to
support children and young
people on the
autism spectrum and develop a graduated
approach


To book, please email office@tbmpts.com
This course aims to
support settings to
implement effective
strategies to support
autistic students in secondary and post-16 with
sensory processing
differences. You will
explore how to understand children’s sensory
behaviours and recognise the impact sensory
processing has on a child’s learning.
Jo ThornTo be held online via Zoom
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
£50 to others
Mondays 17th and 24th May
9.15am to 12.15pm
AET schools leading good autism practice
To book please email aet@fosseway school.com
For staff who may train or lead other staff in their setting, taking a leadership role that includes responsibility for developing provisions for school-age children on the autism spectrum within mainstream and specialist settings.Bea MakinTo be held online via Zoom
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
Thursdays, May 20th and 27th
9.15am to 12.15pm
AET early years leading good autism practice
To book please email aet@fosseway school.com
For staff who may train or lead other staff in their
setting, taking a leadership role that includes
responsibility for developing provisions for pupils on the autism spectrum.
Jill HarrisTo be held online via Zoom
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
Thursday, May 20th
10.30am to noon
Autism champions post-16 networktowards autism in your setting by becoming an autism champion, We are aiming for every setting in B&NES to have an identified autism champion who can support pupils and their familiesPaul Ford and Carol JonesTo be held online via Zoom
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
£30 to others
Friday, May 21st
9.15am to noon
Universal classroom strategies for pupils on the autism spectrum - secondary and post-16

To book please email office@tbmpts.com
This course will support
secondary and post-16
settings to develop their knowledge and
understanding of ASD and how to provide support at a universal level. This includes promoting key strategies to
ensure consistency across all settings in support of the
Graduated Approach.
Carol Jones and Sarah KeeltyTo be held online via Zoom
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
£50 to others
Tuesday, May 25th
9.15am to noon
Understanding girls on the autism spectrum

To book please email office@tbmpts.com
This course offers a deeper understanding of girls with autism, how parents can support daughter, how teachers can support girls in class, and strategies to support girls in schoolsLaura ChardTo be held online via Zoom
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
£50 to others
Friday, June 11th
9.30am to 12.30pm
AET early years extending and enhancing good autism practice

To book please email aet@fossewayschool.com
Build on the learning developed through good autism practice by deepening your understanding of autism and the implications for practiceHannah HobbsFree to all professionals working with children in B&NES
Online via Zoom
Mondays, June 14th and 21st
9.30am to 12.30pm
AET early years good autism practice

To book please email aet@fossewayschool.com
To support all practitioners working directly with children on the autism spectrumHannah HobbsTo be held online via Zoom
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
Tuesday, June 15th
9.15am to noon
Universal classroom strategies for pupils on the autism spectrum - early years and primary

To book please email office@tbmpts.com
This course will support early years and primary settings to develop their knowledge and understanding of ASD and how to provide support at a universal level. This includes promoting key strategies to ensure consistency across all settings in support of the graduated approach.Hannah HobbsTo be held online via Zoom
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
£50 to others
Wednesday, June 16th
9.30am to noon
Sensory processing the basics

To book, please email office@tbmpts.com
This course will introduce you to sensory processing and the eight sensory systems.
You will be introduced to some of the theory that underpins sensory integration and how poor sensory processing can manifest in behaviour and motor skills.
Jo ThornTo be held online via Zoom
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
£50 to others
Wednesday, June 16th

3.30pm to 5pm
AET schools making sense of autismBasic autism awareness
training for all staff within school-age education settings,
mainstream and specialist services.
Sarah KeeltyTo be held online via Zoom
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
Thursday, June 17th
3.30pm to 5pm
Autism champions early years network

To book please email office@tbmpts.com
Help to foster a positive culture towards autism in your setting by becoming an autism champion, We are aiming for every setting in B&NES to have an identified autism champion who can support pupils and their familiesHannah Hobbs and Hayley BrimbleTo be held online via Zoom
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
£30 to others
Tuesdays, June 22nd and 29th

9.15am to 12.15pm
AET schools good autism practice
To book, please email aet@fosseway school.com
Practical knowledge, hands-on tools and techniques for all practitioners working directly with school-age pupils on the autism spectrum, in both
mainstream and specialist
services, to develop their
practice.
Paul FordTo be held online via Zoom
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
Wednesday, June 23rd
11am to 2pm
Autism champions secondary network

To book please email office@tbmpts.com
Help to foster a positive culture towards autism in your setting by becoming an autism champion, We are aiming for every setting in B&NES to have an identified autism champion who can support pupils and their familiesSarah Keelty and Conrad Hein HartmannTo be held online via Zoom
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
£50 to others
Thursday, June 24th
9.30am to noon
Sensory
processing (early years and
primary)
universal
strategies to
support children and young
people on the
autism spectrum and develop a graduated
approach



To book please email office@tbmpts.com
This course aims to
support settings to
implement effective
strategies to support
autistic students in the
Early Years and Primary with sensory processing differences. You will
explore how to understand children’s sensory
behaviours and recognise the impact sensory
processing has on a child’s learning.
Jo ThornTo be held online via Zoom
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
£50 to others
Thursday, June 24th
3.30pm to 5pm
Autism champions primary network

To book please email office@tbmpts.com
Help to foster a positive culture towards autism in your setting by becoming an autism champion, We are aiming for every setting in B&NES to have an identified autism champion who can support pupils and their familiesHannah Hobbs and Laura ChardTo be held online via Zoom
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
£50 to others
Wednesday, June 30th
9.30am to noon
Sensory
processing: What is
sensory
modulation?

To book, please email office@tbmpts.com
This course will briefly refresh on the ‘basics’ course, before exploring modulation. It will touch on the underpinning
neuroscience and theory related to modulation. You will learn how poor sensory modulation can impact behaviour in relation to hyper/hypo and fluctuating reactivity and explore strategies and resources that might be
beneficial to use within the home and community
environment.
Jo ThornTo be held online via Zoom
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
£50 to others
Thursday, July 1st
9.15am to 12.15pm
AET schools extending and enhancing good autism practice Advance your skills, deepen your understanding, and build on the learning developed through good autism practice. The course will look at the theories of autism, practical strategies and reflecting on practice in order to facilitate sharing enhanced knowledge across your setting.Becca TranterTo be held online via Zoom
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
Friday, July 2nd
9.15am to noon
Universal classroom strategies for pupils on the autism spectrum - secondary and post-16

To book please email office@tbmpts.com
This course will support
secondary and post-16
settings to develop their knowledge and
understanding of ASD and how to provide support at a universal level. This includes promoting key strategies to
ensure consistency across all settings in support of the
Graduated Approach.
Carol Jones and Sarah KeeltyTo be held online via Zoom
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
£50 to others
Tuesdays, July 6th and 13th
9.15am to 12.15pm
AET schools leading good autism practice

To book please email aet@fossewayschool.com
For staff who may train or lead other staff in their setting, taking a leadership role that includes responsibility for developing provisions for pupils on the autism spectrumFiona MoodyFree to all professionals working with children in B&NES Online via Zoom
Wednesday, July 7th
9.30am to noon
Sensory processing secondary and post-16)
universal
strategies to
support children and young
people on the
autism spectrum and develop a graduated
approach

To book, please email office@tbmpts.com
This course aims to
support settings to
implement effective
strategies to support
autistic students in secondary and post-16 with
sensory processing
differences. You will
explore how to understand children’s sensory
behaviours and recognise the impact sensory
processing has on a child’s learning.
Jo ThornTo be held online via Zoom
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
£50 to others
Thursday, July 8th
9.30am to noon
Sensory processing posture, co-ordination and movement

To book, please email office@tbmpts.com
Following a quick refresher of the ‘basics’ course. We will be looking in further depth at motor and postural skills that can be affected by poor sensory processing and how this can influence a young person’s engagement within the class and physical subjects such as DT, sports and cooking. You will look at compensatory and developmental strategies that can support these pupils to develop these skills.
Jo ThornTo be held online via Zoom
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
£50 to others
Thursday, July 8th
3.30pm to 5pm
Autism champions post-16 network

To book please email office@tbmpts.com
Help to foster a positive culture towards autism in your setting by becoming an autism champion, We are aiming for every setting in B&NES to have an identified autism champion who can support pupils and their familiesCarol Jones and Paul FordTo be held online via Zoom
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
£50 to others
Monday, July 12th
10am to 11.30pm
AET early years making sense of autism

To book please email aet@fossewayschool.com
Raising awareness of staff in all early years settings, whether or not they work directly with children on the autism spectrumHannah HobbsFree to all professional working with children in B&NES
Online via Zoom