Course: Task Analysis

Course: Tasks Analysis – A Strategy For Breaking Down Learning Steps (Focus: EIP/SPED)


Individuals with autism may sometimes find it hard to absorb and learn new things.  They are usually concrete learners and take in information in smaller chunk. They learn best when provided with visual supports and are taught tasks which are broken down and sequenced into steps.

Task Analysis forms the foundation of a powerful and effective teaching strategy for all professionals who work with individuals with autism who are concrete learners.   This course will provide a good strategy to use for individuals who has challenges in learning more complex information.


Date:31 Mar 10 (Wednesday)
Time: 6.00pm – 9.00pm
Venue:Pathlight School

  • have attended Fundamentals of Autism Workshop
  • are currently working directly with students/individuals with an Autism Spectrum Disorder


Target Audience
For the following who are caring for  young children (pre-school or in special education schools) with an Autism Spectrum Disorder:
Bluetick_Thumb8 Therapists and Professionals

Course Description


Participants will :

learn and practise basics steps in breaking down and sequencing tasks
be taught how to use chaining as a teaching procedure for life skills tasks
learn to link prompting and fading skills when teaching tasks


Objectives of The Course

Upon completion of the training workshop, participants will be able to:

appreciate the different ways in which individuals with autism perceive the world

be aware of the different ways in which individuals with autism learn

understand the reasons behind the difficulties faced by individuals with autism in learning, social interaction and communication

apply basic strategies when teaching and interacting with individuals with autism


Registration Details

Ms Wong Yeok Lin, Autism Consultant

FeesS$160.50 per participant per workshop

Package Deal (for entire series of 12 workshops)
S$1,690 per participant

Note: Fees include GST, handout materials and refreshments



Contact:Lina Kam, Training Co-ordinator
(+65) 6323-3258


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