TASH Training

Throughout the year TASH offers a number of training opportunities on current topics impacting the disability community. Each training session features leading experts, research and analysis, compelling personal stories and real world examples that participants can use to relate each session to their work or life. Topics are always changing, so view a list of current opportunities below. If there is a subject that you’d like to see covered in a future TASH Training, you can send an e-mail with your thoughts.

Upcoming Live Training Opportunities

Live training is delivered over the web via Adobe Connect and also accessible by teleconference. These training sessions offer a rich media experience with interactivity (provide feedback, ask questions).

Peer Intervention to Improve the Conversation Skills of High School Students with Autism (April 8 @ 1 p.m. ET)

My Friends and Cool Things: Promoting Social Inclusion through Leisure and Recreation (April 17 @ 1 p.m. ET)

Pre-recorded TASH Training

These sessions are pre-recorded streaming content available to you 24/7.

Quality Indicators of Inclusive Education: Policy & Practice

Making High School Inclusion Meaningful

Alternate Assessment (Part I): Where are We and Where are We Going?

Alternate Assessment (Part II): How to Develop Instruction that Connects to Assessment

Member Benefit Training

TASH now offers TASH Training sessions complimentary to TASH members. To view the available member benefit trainings, please visit the members only training page.

Member Discounts for Training Opportunities

All TASH members receive significant discounts to TASH Training opportunities. Please consider joining when registering for a TASH Training event, as often the discounted member price in addition to the cost of membership is still less than the non-member price. You can learn more about TASH member benefits by visiting www.tash.org/membership.