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can charity help me train in ASD?

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PipinJo Thu 20-Aug-09 22:37:38

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sc13 Fri 21-Aug-09 11:10:09

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cornsillk Fri 21-Aug-09 11:11:49

There is info about grants on the Martin Lewis website.

PipinJo Fri 21-Aug-09 18:01:58

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moondog Fri 21-Aug-09 18:25:28

Have you a degree PipinJo?
If so, you could follow one of the fairly newly established Post graduate diplomas or Master's courses in ABA. You could follow this up with BCBA status (Board Certified Behaviour Analyst)

This would equip you to manage programmes for other people.

Did you say you are in Wales? A couple of unis there do it (Swansea and Bangor)

PipinJo Fri 21-Aug-09 22:00:49

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cornsillk Fri 21-Aug-09 22:45:09

Where are you Pippinjo? Some masters units are free at MMU.

PipinJo Fri 21-Aug-09 22:57:11

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PipinJo Fri 21-Aug-09 22:58:22

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cornsillk Fri 21-Aug-09 23:06:26

Manchester Metropolitan University.

cornsillk Fri 21-Aug-09 23:08:32

Not sure which ones though. I know someone who is on a course (not ASD) there at the moment and hasn't had to pay. I know that they do offer a masters module in ASD though.

PipinJo Fri 21-Aug-09 23:19:06

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moondog Sat 22-Aug-09 06:30:24

Have a look around for funding?
Was it you asking this elsewhere and someone pointed you to Martin Lewis website for details of grants nad bursaries?

PipinJo Sat 22-Aug-09 11:03:44

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