Studio 3 Ireland
Studio 3 Training Courses are available in Ireland, including the following programmes:
Three day course on Managing Behaviours of Concern (MBC) for staff, families and schools
Bespoke MBC course for organisations and schools
Refresher MBC courses for staff, based on requirements
The Atlass 7 day Programme (5 days plus 2 days), which is accredited by Birmingham City University
‘Train the Trainer’ Programme – a BILD accredited course run over 12 days. This programme trains in-house staff to become Studio 3 trainers
‘Autism for Families’ training, tailored to organisational and family need
The Studio 3 'Good Life' project - training for foster families, tailored to organisational and foster family need
Training for Schools - The LASER Programme, launching in January 2020, on de-escalation and low arousal in school and classroom settings
Studio 3 Ireland are also currently piloting the Connections project, a remote support programme for people who have difficulty leaving their homes.
Andy McDonnell talks about the Atlass Programme in Ireland
Using the Studio3 360◦ Assessment pathway, which is highly individualised, we analyse:
The person’s needs and risk profile.
The development of a service specification for that individual.
Identifying and applying additional specialist supports for the person.
Prevention of placement breakdown.
More information on Studio3 360◦ Assessments is available here.
Exciting events, such as Peter Vermeulen's recent talk on Autism and Relationships, are scheduled regularly at Studio3 Ireland. In addition, we are holding an international conference in Tralee next year! Find out more here:
May 20th-21st, 2020
We have two offices in Ireland - one in Maynooth, the other in Kerry. Find your nearest Studio 3 team and contact us now!
Studio 3 Eireann (Maynooth)
Studio 3 Kerry (Tralee)
Studio 3 Kerry is a member of the Studio 3 Group that includes Studio 3 Clinical Services, Studio 3 Training Systems and the Atlass Autism stress reduction programme. Based in Tralee, Co. Kerry, our specialised team works to support adults and children with additional needs and their families.