Training to help you develop your skills when working with or caring for disabled children and young people
If you have ideas for inclusion training, contact us.
- Autism eLearning
The Autism Awareness eLearning module is free to use. It takes about 30 minutes to complete and provides an introduction to the topic of Autism and Asperger Syndrome.
- Inclusion in sport
eLearning - helping people with disabilities to stay fit. Training provided by the English Federation of Disability Sport.
- KIDs eLearning
The KIDS eLearning website has training modules for Hampshire activity providers, parents or carers.
This training can increase your knowledge and understanding of inclusion. When you complete each module there is a mini test that you can do. When you pass this test you get a certificate. You can add this to your CV and to show others what you have learnt.You need to register as a learner to use these modules
If you are already registered you will need to add your email address and password. If you have any problems with this, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Register as a learner
In your email include the following details:
- your first and last name
- your email address (you will use this to log in)
- the city or town you live or work in
- the organisation you work for or are part of (if applicable)
Send the email to email@example.com as well.
You will be sent an email with your password in it. You can change your password if you want to.
See the learners user guide for more information about how the eLearning works.
When you register, you can ask to be set up as a group manager. Group managers can set up other learners within their organisation. When you send your email, say that you want to be a group manager.
See the group managers user guide for more information about how being a group manager works. You won't need to read the whole guide.