ADOS-2 - Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule Training - December 2022

From 30th November to 3rd December 2022
at 8:00 to 17:30

Centre d’intervention précoce en autisme

(conference room on the 2nd floor)
Rue des Glacis-de-Rive 5

1207 Genève

Plan d'accès

Training in English
Places are limited


The Training

The ADOS-2 is the most recent version of the Autism Diagnostic Observation Scale. It is the most frequently used tool in the observational assessment of the diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder in clinical and research settings. In its current version, the ADOS-2 assesses the diagnostic criteria for ASD in relation to those described by the DSM-5.

  • The training takes place over 4 days and covers the age range from 12 months to adulthood.

  • The training focuses on the administration and coding of the ADOS-2. This is done by viewing and coding assessment videos and through various discussions with the trainers.

  • The training also includes practice with the materials and various activities used in the ADOS-2.

  • The training will be given in English.

Who is it for?

Professionals wishing to use the ADOS-2 in their clinical or research practice. The training is primarily intended for people working with people with ASD with a basic training in the following fields: medicine, psychology, occupational therapy, psychomotricity, speech therapy. At least a Bachelor's degree in one of these disciplines is required with direct experience with ASD. People who do not have a basic training in the following fields are asked to contact us to check the relevance of their registration.

What will I get?

The training is qualifying for the use of ADOS-2 in a clinical setting.

Research reliability

Professionals who wish to obtain their research reliability have the option to submit  additional post course work (at an additional cost of CHF 400).


CHF 1’800.-
Research reliability certification at an extra cost of CHF 400.- 

Chiara Fiorentini

Psychologue et formatrice

Formée en Angleterre au diagnostic de l’autisme, Dr. Chiara Fiorentini est psychologue clinicienne au sein du CCSA. Auparavant, elle a travaillé comme chercheuse à la Faculté de Psychologie de l’Université de Genève.

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Nada Kojovic

Psychologue et formatrice

Nada Kojovic poursuit actuellement sa dernière année de doctorat en neursociences sous la direction de la Prof. Marie Schaer (Faculté de Médecine, Genève) et la Prof. Daphné Bavelier (Faculté de Psychologie, Genève). Elle s'interesse à la meilleure compréhension des symptômes de l'autisme et plus particulièrement au rôle des processus attentionnels dans l'autisme.

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Martina Franchini

Psychologue et formatrice

Martina Franchini est psychologue formée à l'évaluation et au suivi des personnes avec des troubles neurodéveloppementaux ou d'autres troubles du développement. Elle propose également des suivis psychothérapeutiques d'orientation systémique. Martina est également chargée de cours à l'Université de Genève. 


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