ADI-R Administration and Coding
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Duration: 3 days
Price: £650.00 ex VAT
On completion of this 3-day course together with associated pre and post course assignments, delegates will be equipped to administer and code the Autism Diagnostic Interview - Revised (ADI) to the level of Research Reliability.
Typical applicants will have a background in psychiatry, paediatrics, psychology, nursing, speech therapy or similar, and will be currently employed in that capacity either as a clinician, part of a clinical team or part of a research team. Qualifications and employment information must be provided on the course application form. BeginningwithA reserves the right to refuse applications from anyone who appears to have insufficient experience to benefit from the course. Participants must have access to an ADI-R Manual and forms (Hogrefe product code 5580201) for completing the pre-course and post-course assignments.
The course takes place over 3 days of classroom training at the British Racing School, Newmarket. In addition, delegates are expected to undertake pre-course and post-course practical assignments. The pre-course assignments can take 2 hours or more to complete and will require access to an ADI-R manual. Details will be provided in your pre-course pack. Delegates who fail to ? or choose not to ? complete the post-course assignment will be awarded a certificate of course completion appropriate for clinical use but not to the level of Research Reliability.
This price per delegate includes all course materials, lunch and refreshments on each day. The fee does not include evening meals or overnight accommodation.
Courses run from 9.30am to 4.30pm on each day, with morning refreshments served from 9.00am. There is a 1 hour break for lunch and 15-minute breaks in the mornings and afternoons.
Payment in full is required at least 4 weeks prior to commencement of the course. An invoice will be issued on acceptance of a course application.
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