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Frequently Asked Questions - Training

If you have a question that is not addressed here, please connect with us! We can be reached at [email protected] or 604-685-4049 ext 219.

Training FAQ

What training should I get for my organization?

Canucks Autism Network provides training for a range of sectors, including sport, recreation, first responders, community spaces and schools. To learn more about the specific training options, view our Training Portfolio to help determine which training is best suited for you and/or visit the Training homepage to select your organization type.

 

I don’t see my organization type listed. Which form should I fill out?

Canucks Autism Network is pleased to provide customized solutions for a range of sectors. If you don’t see your organization type listed and are not sure which form to fill out, reach out to us directly at [email protected]. We will be happy to help!

Do you offer professional development credits?

Canucks Autism Network live training workshops can be eligible for National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) professional development credits and BC Recreation and Parks Association (BCRPA) continuing education credits. Contact [email protected] for information about how to obtain your credits.

Can I get a Certificate of Attendance for your live training workshops?

Of course! We are happy to provide certificates to all attendees.

What’s the difference between sport training and recreation training?

Sport training is designed for local sport clubs, provincial sport organizations and national sport organizations (i.e. baseball, basketball, soccer, hockey, tennis, gymnastics, rugby, etc.). Recreation training is for community recreation leaders teaching swim, skate, fitness, art, or day camps, typically associated with community centres.

What is a community space?

Our vision is that every individual with autism is understood, accepted and supported in all community spaces. Canucks Autism Network considers a community space to include any organization that directly interacts with or provides services to the general public.

Community spaces to which we have provided training include: Rogers Arena, Science World, Vancouver Aquarium, Surrey International Children’s Festival, UBC Beaty Biodiversity Museum, Microsoft Store and Meridian Meats.

Is there a cost for training?

Canucks Autism Network live training workshops operate on a cost-recovery basis and standard fees do apply. To learn more, please inquire directly: [email protected]

My organization can’t afford live training. Do you offer bursaries or funding opportunities?

At Canucks Autism Network, we do not want costs to be a barrier to receiving high quality training. We are committed to offering you a rate that works for your organization. If you are working within financial constraints, please let us know and we will do our best to meet your needs.

How can I learn more about the content included in the training workshops you offer?

Each of our live training workshops can be customized to meet the specific needs of your organization. Content typically includes topics such as recognizing autism, communication tips, increasing predictability, supporting positive behaviour, and providing support during difficulty.

Get in touch with us directly! We would love to hear about your desired learning outcomes and share what we can offer.

My organization would like to host an autism friendly event. How can you help?

Please visit our Community Spaces webpage and select the “Book Now” icon at the bottom of the page to submit your information. We will get back to you shortly.

How do I book a workshop?

Fill out the following form and we will get back to you as soon as possible:

Where can I submit feedback about a workshop I just completed?

We welcome your feedback! Please fill out this Training Feedback form.