The course is suitable for new users of the ADOS-2. This course provides comprehensive training in administration and coding of all five modules - Toddler Module and Modules 1-4 with the option to do the research reliability.You will receive a certificate on a successful completion of this training course Number of delegates: 0 - 15 people
This course is most suited to professionals who will be using the ADOS-2 to its full capacity, as well as those requiring a qualification of both Clinical and Research Reliability.
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The course will run from 9:30 to 17:00 UK London time each day. There will be flexibility with timings. Approximately 20 hours will be given to the course.
The course takes place remotely using the Moodle learning platform and Zoom conferencing, giving delegates the opportunity to train from home. There are typically two live Zoom sessions on each day and for the remainder of the time delegates will work on assignments.
In addition to the course, delegates are expected to undertake pre- and post-course practical assignments:
On completion of the course together with associated pre- and post-course assignments, delegates will be equipped to administer and code the ADOS-2 to the level of Research Reliability for all five modules and will receive an accreditation certificate.
*Please note that bookings can only be confirmed on receipt of payment / purchase order. This course will be conducted online via Zoom and Moodle. As with any third party application, we urge delegates to become familiar with the platforms and ensure they agree with any terms and conditions before signing onto the course. Note too that extra shipping costs (for course materials) may apply for delegates outside the UK.
Chartered Psychologist (CPsychol), Chartered Scientist (CSci), and a member of the British Psychological Society. Carol trained in administration and coding in the ADOS and ADI-R to Research Reliability at the University of Cambridge in 1999. Following accreditation, Carol used both instruments in research projects at the University of Cambridge Department of Psychiatry over several years. In 2004, Carol trained at the University of Michigan Autism & Communication Disorders Center (UMACC) as an ADOS and ADI-R trainer. Since that time she has delivered ADOS and ADI-R training regularly in the UK and overseas.