We offer neurodiversity and autism acceptance training to public sector staff who need to develop their knowledge in order to be able to be compliant with diversity and inclusivity legislation in the workplace.
This includes but is not exclusive to: health authority staff, police, prison staff, the probation service, firefighters, museum staff, welfare officers, library staff and careers advisors.
Training is available to both small teams and larger groups with settings. This can be delivered face-to-face at our centre; in your own work place or virtually.
Training prices start at £295 for a 2-hour session for up to 20 delegates. In your team is larger please contact us for a quotation.
To discuss your specific training needs please contact the training team:
Telephone 01642 531248 (Option 4)
This is a 2-hour course which gives a general awareness of neurodiversity and autism to all staff, detailing the key three areas of difference, and how we can support individuals by making reasonable adjustments.
This is a 2-hour course which gives a general awareness of neurodiversity and specifically how managers can support their staff by making reasonable adjustments to work practices, including how instructions are given, daily routines, the office environment and preparing for change. This is aimed at HR departments and managers to adapt recruitments processes.
This is a 2-hour course aimed at customer-facing staff which gives a general awareness of neurodiversity and specifically how staff can support customers and service users by creating an autism friendly environment, understanding the individual’s needs and behaviours, and clear concise communication and information sharing.
If you are looking for something more bespoke, or any of our training packages for a larger team of staff please contact us with your requirements and we will provide a quote.
What the public sector have said about our training . . .
“A deeper understanding of behaviours, what’s needed or required from us as
individuals and as a venue.”
“Understanding meltdowns. I can never learn enough about this, and making sure
that I do not prolong a bad experience for someone.”
“Really interactive and learned new things. Thank you for flying such a positive, empathetic, educated flag for autism and the community.”