NCSE-Supported Middletown Courses

Middletown Centre for Autism is a North–South educational initiative which was established in 2007 with funding provided by the Department of Education (DE), Northern Ireland and the Department of Education and Skills (DES), Ireland.

Based in Middletown, Co. Armagh, the purpose of the centre is to support the promotion of excellence in the development and co-ordination of education services to children and young people with Autism.

NCSE Support Service will facilitate teachers from Ireland working with pupils with Autism in accessing specific courses through the provision of travel and subsistence costs. In addition, substitute cover may be available for teachers with primary responsibility for children with Autism and where it is deemed essential by the Principal.

List of courses and Application Process
Middletown courses for which NCSE Support Service provides support are listed in the table below.

Date

Course

Location

November 5 &6,2018

T-TAP  -  NO MORE FUNDING AVAILABLE

Middletown Centre for Autism

November 9, 2018

PEP-3  -  NO MORE FUNDING AVAILABLE

Middletown Centre for Autism

November 15 and 16, 2018 Autism, Mental Health & Managing Anxiety The Clayton Hotel, Limerick

November 16, 2018

Visual Strategies for Pupils with High Functioning Autism in Mainstream Education

Middletown Centre for Autism

February 8th, 2019

Life Skills training for Primary School pupils with Autism  -  NO MORE FUNDING AVAILABLE

Middletown Centre for Autism

March 1, 2019

Life Skills training for Post Primary School Pupils with Autism

Middletown Centre for Autism

March 20 -22, 2019

3 Day SCERTS training – Social Communication Emotional Regulation Transitions  -  NO MORE FUNDING AVAILABLE

Carrickdale Hotel, Louth

May 24, 2019

Relationships and Sexuality Training for Students with Autism

Middletown Centre for Autism

Teachers should apply directly to Middletown Centre for Autism using their online system. Where a teacher indicates on the application form that travel, subsistence and substitution is required, Middletown Centre for Autism will forward the application to the NCSE Support Service for consideration on the applicant's behalf. NCSE Support Service will correspond directly with each individual applicant as to their request regarding the provision of travel, subsistence and substitution.

To secure a place on the above listed courses application should be made directly to Middletown, using the online system.

Apply to Middletown