We believe in building a community where psychologists in the social service sector can come together to exchange ideas, support and learn from each other.
As such, we are proud to present the CPH Practitioner Series – a series of practitioner-oriented workshops aimed at equipping psychologists in the social services sector with applied skills.
Our next workshop will be conducted by Autism Resource Centre (Singapore)
Title: Creating Schedules & Work Systems in the Early Intervention Classroom
Synopsis: This session will cover principles of Structured Teaching, specifically, in creating and setting up schedules & work systems.
Speaker: MS SALWANIZAH MOHAMED SAID is a Master Teacher with Autism Resource Centre (Singapore), or ARC. After her studies at the National Institute of Education (Singapore), Ms. Salwanizah pursued further studies in autism, behavioural intervention and Structured Teaching at Monash University, where she graduated with a Master of Special Education.
Ms. Salwanizah has had extensive experience working directly with individuals with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and their families. She was one of the key teachers of the STEP Program (Structured Teaching for Exceptional Pupils Program), initiating the first behavioral intervention programme for children with ASD in Singapore. She also initiated and developed the Early Intervention Programme at the Autism Association (Singapore), where she conducted training for both teachers and parents.
Since joining ARC, Ms Salwanizah has supervised teachers at Eden School. She currently is a trainer in ARC’s training programmes in behavioral and structured teaching methods for teachers and autism professionals.
Date: 21 Sept 2018
Time: 9:30am to 11:30am (Registration starts at 9:00am)
Participation Fees: Complimentary for associate psychologists and psychologists working in Early Intervention in the social service sector
Venue: Autism Resource Centre (Singapore), 5 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 10, Singapore 569739
Contact: Mr Lim Puay Hong via email: Learn@cph.sg
*We regret that spaces are limited and priority will be given to our current VWO partners. A confirmation email will be sent to you if your registration for a seat is successful.