An installer for the 3di software comes as part of a two day training programme which is run on a regular basis at the Institute of Child Health, University College London.
The course includes:
The 3di's dimensional approach to measuring the severity of autistic symptomatology
Step-by-step tuition in the use of the interview software
Simulation of the clinical use of the 3di by role-playing and the rating of videoed interviews
DSM-5 and the 3di's effective implementation
Presentation and discussion of videoed observational assessments of autistic children
The course fee includes:
The two-day training course (including lunches and light refreshments)
An installer for the 3di system and a single-user licence to unlimited use at no cost
A year's comprehensive telephone and email support
A year's entitlement to developments of the 3di system
Monday 18 and Tuesday 19 September 2017
Monday 20 and Tuesday 21 November 2017
Monday 29 and Tuesday 30 January 2018
Where several professionals in a region are jointly interested in training to use the 3di, it can be convenient and economic to commission a course in your area - your accommodation and travel costs are avoided, and time is not sacrificed to travel. Regional courses have proved to be a very good framework for bringing together the many different professions involved with ASD children - both in places where those professions already work closely and in places where greater coordination is an aspiration.
A regional course delivers the same two-day training programme, software licences, and post-course support as the London course. There is a minimum charge for a regional course; but with as few as ten trainees it can be cheaper overall than coming to London.