Neurodiversity Training for Employers
As one of four national Centres for Excellence in SEND, we are delighted to launch a brand-new workshop, delivered by our highly skilled and experienced neurodivergent employment specialists.
This workshop will give you an introduction to becoming an inclusive employer; providing you with the knowledge and skills required to support neurodiverse employees and customers.
This dynamic and innovative workshop will allow you to access untapped talent through an inclusive recruitment process. As a result, making reasonable adjustments in the workplace can lead to greater productivity, higher staff retention and increased income.
Making reasonable adjustments in the workplace will lead to a more productive workforce, which will result in a higher retention of diverse employees.
For a small investment of only £99 per participant, you will benefit from the 1-day workshop, as well as a follow up consultation with our experienced team.
Working with neurodiverse employees can bring many benefits to your organisation. Listen to Nick’s story, below.
We also offer Conscious Inclusion Training, which focuses on exploring Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) from a conscious inclusion perspective, delivered by highly experienced and specialised staff. Find out more, here.
All dates take place at the Winter Gardens in Weston-super-Mare, unless stated.
19th January - LOCATION CHANGE*
*Please note: The session on 19th January will be held at Bristol Training Institute - 12 Colston Ave, Bristol, BS1 1XH
We found the Autism Awareness course invaluable. Even though our teams here are so varied in their knowledge of the challenges that Neurodiversity presents on a daily basis, we all found this very helpful.
It gave us an insight into the different approaches that may be needed when interacting with different people.
Becky Davis – Sovereign Centre
The workshop was massively useful - informative and full of eye opening facts. Having the data as well as the 'human experience' is really important for us and you gave us both.
I also really appreciated attending an in-person training.
The amount of knowledge shared and challenging the 'norm' was superb.
The training helped us review recruitment from top to bottom.