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Dag-Autism

Early Intervention Training for Teachers and Primary Caregivers of Children with Autism

PREAMBLE

This program is organised by Rotary International District 3300, Malaysia under the District Action Group
on Autism as part of our humanitarian service to the community. Working together with the National Autism
Society of Malaysia (NASOM), apart from creating Awareness of the needs of children with autism, our
mission is to promote social Inclusion of children with Autism.

The Early Intervention Training for Teachers and Primary Caregivers of Children with Autism
Program, in partnership with HELP UNIVERSITY and OASIS PLACE, consists of Part 1 and Part 2 Workshops.

PART 1 Workshop: Behaviour Management in Autism

3-days Residential Workshop at Oasis Place, Malaysia
Scheduled date: 10 – 12 October 2016

Workshop topics include:

  • Awareness and practical skills on how to recognise the signs of autism
  • How to create an autism friendly classroom
  • Sensory processing for teachers in a classroom settling
  • How to manage challenging behaviours in the classroom

PART 2 Workshop: Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

Conducted over 4 – 6 weekends within a 6 months period at HELP UNIVERSITY
Scheduled date: To commence in February 2017

Workshop topics include:

  • Revisit ASD theories and share good practices
  • Build confidence and upskill trainees in ASD strategies and interventions
  • Empowering trainees in support and services

Application

  • Please submit your Application in the attached form. All Applications must be referred by a Rotary
    Club or other NGOs and Organisations involved in managing children with Autism.
  • 100 Applicants will be selected to attend PART 1 WORKSHOP.
  • Upon completion of PART 1 WORKSHOP, 30 Trainees will be selected from the 100 Trainees to
    attend PART 2 WORKSHOP.

Registration Fee

  • This Program is sponsored by Rotary International District 3300, Malaysia, The Rotary Foundation,
    Rotary Club of Croydon and Rotary International District 9810, Australia.
  • Transport cost to the training centre venue is not included in the sponsorship.
  • Successful Applicants are however required to pay a REFUNDABLE Registration Fee of
    RM200.00. The Registration Fee is refundable upon completion of the training program.

Key things that we look for in our Applicants:

  • APPLICANTS to this program MUST have experience working with children with Autism.
  • A GENUINE interest in working with children with Autism. (This does not necessarily mean
    professional involvement or expertise).
  • Forms must be reasonably informative – i.e. not too sparsely filled out

Important Notice

Trainees will be awarded Certificate of Attendance for Part 1 Workshop and Certificate of Completion for
Part 2 Workshop. This Program do not qualify Trainees as experts to assess, diagnose and manage
individuals with autism.

Click here to download Application Form or fill the form online.

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