Resources

ASDAN's programmes and qualifications are supplemented by a comprehensive range of resources, designed to support tutors and learners as they work through their course. Different materials can be accessed in different ways:

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ASDAN registered centres can shop online; other centres can buy particular items using a downloadable order form

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Visit the Online Resource Bank to browse hundreds of worksheets, starter activities, lesson plans and guidance documents – or upload some of your own

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Full qualification specifications, mandatory recording sheets and other guidance documents are available for free in the members area for registered centres

Resources for all centres

ASDAN has developed the following innovative curriculum materials for all centres to buy and use, whether registered with ASDAN or not.

The suite of Development Courses is designed to encourage skills development through activity-based learning. The workbooks are focused on general employability skills, functional English and Maths, and PLTS (personal, learning and thinking skills).

Our Focus programmes offer a new way to access ASDAN modules for adults with additional learning needs or for whom English is not their first language.

The Raising Aspirations modules are for learners up to the age of 16 with special educational needs and have been based on the four Preparing for Adulthood pathways.

Other classroom resources from ASDAN include posters, a journal for capturing residential experiences, skills stickers gamification resources and Let's Be Enterprising – an off-the-shelf enterprise project resource for use with 7-11 year olds.

Resources specifically for centres registered in New Zealand

Resources Archive

Access the archive for resources and ideas that have been developed in connection with past events and awareness-raising days.

Get in touch

We are always interested to hear your thoughts and ideas on the range of resources that ASDAN offers. Please email design@asdan.org.uk if you would like to give us feedback or make any suggestions.

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