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National Autism Trainer Programme Conference in autistic mental health

One year on: Shared learning experiences and ripples of change. 

About the event

Join us on 30 April 2024 for our National Autism Trainer Programme Conference, commissioned by NHS England, celebrating one year of delivery, which will showcase the impact of the programme to date.  We will be joined by experts in the field of autism and mental health, autistic Experts by Experience and NHS National Autism Trainer Programme trainers who have successfully completed the training and started to deliver in their setting.  The event will run from 12:30-16:00 and will cover the following key themes: 

  1. Why is the National Autism Trainer Programme needed and what difference does it make? 

  2. Co-delivering the National Autism Trainer Programme in local Trusts: the benefits and logistics 

  3. The impact of the training on local practice 

  4. How to book the training, and the support available upon completion.

We will end the conference with a live Q&A panel.  The event will be fully online for attendees.   

Who can attend this event

This event is suitable for anyone who has a strong interest in autistic mental health and would like to learn more about the National Autism Trainer Programme (NATP) and the outcomes of the first year of delivery. For the NATP training course, delegates must meet the eligibility criteria and work in a relevant setting to book onto courses. However if you are not eligible for training, you are very welcome to join this conference to find out more about the impact and objectives of NATP.  

If you would like to book the four-day National Autism Trainer Programme, you can do so here. 

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