PI1 - Curriculum for healthcare professionals
The aim of the curriculum is to increase the capacity of VET providers to deliver training to healthcare professionals on treating ASD patients, to improve the knowledge and skills of healthcare professionals for managing and treating ASD individuals and increase awareness among healthcare professionals on ASD.This result is a curriculum that will be helpful to:
PI3 - Training sessions for healthcare professionals
At the moment, the trainings offered on ASD for healthcare professionals are scattered and not in VET level. This result is the core of the project implementation as it is trains healthcare professionals on how to treat people with ASD and how to manage them in their everyday practice. After developing the project’s first two outcomes, partners worked on piloting the two outcomes in their countries. The objective of piloting was to test the developed curriculum and toolkit to get the feedback from the direct and indirect target group. The piloting methodology was the same in all countries. The objective of the training is to train healthcare professionals on how to treat people with ASD and how to manage them in their everyday practice.
Here you can find the pilot reports, which describe the experience of piloting the Healthcare4ASD project outcomes in France, Sweden, Greece and Spain.
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PI2 - Trainer toolkit for VET trainers
This result is addressed to VET trainers active in organizing and delivering courses for healthcare professionals. It addresses their need for a trainer’s guide in dealing with this target group to what regards reshaping their understanding of ASD individuals and their specificities, and how to deliver relevant training to them. Moreover, the toolkit will assist the adoption of the curriculum by more VET institutions and trainers and will increase the efficacy and efficiency of training sessions organized. This Toolkint is composed of a main descriptive document and series of tools:
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PI4 - Roadmap on how to implement ASD training in VET