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Policy into Practice : Accreditation Project Report - A Collaborative Autism Education and Training Project

Dunlop, Aline-Wendy and Robinson, Anna and Tait, Charlene (2009) Policy into Practice : Accreditation Project Report - A Collaborative Autism Education and Training Project. [Report]

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Abstract

A Scottish Government funded project: a system to support the development of ASD accreditation standards for trainers and training organisations leading to an Autism Training Accreditation Scheme. The Scottish Society for Autism (SSA) and The National Centre for Autism Studies (NCAS), University of Strathclyde, were jointly funded for a period of 2 years by the Scottish Government to develop a system to support the development of ASD accreditation standards for trainers and training organisations leading to an Autism Training Accreditation Scheme. Personal accreditation routes for ASD training participants were also highlighted.