Awareness of Neurodiversity (Online)

£99.00 + VAT

This course helps everyone attending to understand a range of neurodiverse conditions including dyslexia, dyspraxia, dyscalculia, ADHD and autism.

By understanding what each of these conditions is and learning about the experiences of someone with each condition, learners will develop a better appreciation of the challenges that can be faced by neurodivergent individuals.  

Learners will also explore steps that can be taken to make interactions and environments more accommodating for those with neurodiverse conditions so that their experiences are more positive and rewarding.

Who is it for?

Anyone who wants to understand more about what is meant by the term ‘neurodiversity’, how neurodiversity impacts individuals and changes that can be made to make environments more accommodating.

  • Retail
  • Hospitality
  • Leisure
  • Theatres
  • Reception desk teams
  • Organisations that interact with the public (e.g. solicitors, dental practices, hairdressers)
  • Schools and colleges
  • Places of worship
  • Clubs and societies

If you want to know how to support neurodiverse colleagues, then you may want to look at our course ‘Supporting Neurodiversity in the Workplace’.

For bulk bookings over 10 people, please contact our booking team on [email protected]

What next?

Choose a set of dates from the drop down menu to book your place.

Call or email us for further information, help with your booking or to discuss dates and options for a bespoke course for your organisation.

Where?

This online course is delivered via Zoom, with a live trainer.

All participants will need a microphone and camera to participate in the course.

We train courses throughout the UK, If you would like us to train at your venue or organise a venue near to you, please email our booking team on [email protected]

Key Topics Covered

What is meant by the term neurodiversity?

  • What is
  • dyslexia?
  • dyspraxia?
  • dyscalculia?
  • ADHD?
  • autism?

How can interactions with neurodiverse individuals be improved?

How can environments be made more accommodating for neurodiverse individuals?

Additional information

Course Dates

3rd July (9:30am – 12:30pm), 18th September (9:30-12:30)