Official educators training

For Primary & Secondary Teachers & SNA

11th of March 2024 – Monday at 5:00-7:00pm

Teacher and SNA Training on ADHD and ASC (Autistic Spectrum Condition)

This session will explore the connection between ADHD and Autism, focusing on the crossover and shared traits of these conditions, as well as distinguishing features. We will discuss key themes and how these can present in the classroom, including executive functioning, communication styles, sensory processing and emotional regulation.

Throughout the session, we will explore a variety of support strategies for the classroom to help to develop a more inclusive environment for ADHD learners, Autistic learners and those with a dual diagnosis.

Secondary Educators Training

30th of April 2024 – Tuesday at 4:30-6:30pm

Secondary School official ADHD  training for teacher & SNA –  ADHD and Principal Strategies

Primary Educators Training14

14th of May 2024 – Tuesday at 3:15 to 5:15pm

Primary School official ADHD training for teacher & SNA  – Principal Educational Strategies

Pre-school/ Montessori Training

2024 to be announced.

We are inviting all Teachers, SNA’s, SEN Coordinators to attend this online training to improve their understanding and knowledge on ADHD and give them the strategies and methods to help, support and get the best from an ADHD child in your classroom.

The skills explored will increase classroom productivity and attendance, so improving confidence and peer to peer relationships in pupils with ADHD and engagement of Educators, improving understanding and awareness of ADHD nationwide. This programme will motivate teachers to become ADHD champions in their school, enabling them to take appropriate individual and collective action within their schools towards a positive classroom experience for all.

Our ADHD course for educators is structured in three sections:

1) What ADHD is and isn’t, including up-to-date research, key features,  diagnostic criteria comorbidities, executive functioning impairments, emotional dysregulation and the different presentations of ADHD, including gender.

2) The learner’s experience with ADHD, including working with parents.

3) Strategies that work in the classroom- including support for executive functioning, literacy, anxiety, movement and activity and therapeutic approaches.

What the teacher had to say after completing the training: 

  • “Great training with a lot of practical tools to support my student”
  • “Given by a teacher to teachers.  Extremely interesting, and quick moving.”
  • ” Can’t wait to introduce new ways to support my ADHD students!”

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