Training for Education Professionals

Are you working with young people that you find difficult to understand and support?

Don’t let young people who need additional help struggle – train your team so that they can learn strategies to make a real difference. Make a positive impact by training your teachers and support staff.

Our autism training for education professionals is relevant to nurseries, primary schools, secondary schools, colleges and universities.

  • Book a single session, or book a year’s worth of training in one go and spread it out over the course of the year.
  • Training for teachers, support staff, parents and children.
  • Our popular package options mean it’s easy and straightforward to meet your training needs.
  • We teach simple, sensible, practical strategies that can help children and young people achieve their potential.
  • Our training is unique and highly engaging. We use comic strips and animated films to get our messages across.
  • Our Trainers are all highly experienced in ASD. They have lived with it, so they really know what autism is like.
  • Material written by award-winning autistic author and entrepreneur, Alis Rowe.
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Get in touch to find out how we can help you support children and young people with autism, anxiety or communication difficulties.

Autism e-Learning for Education Professionals

We have e-learning courses for education professionals. Click here to find out more.


“The video of the college day has really stayed with me.” Pamela, Family Support Manager

Fantastic Online Courses

Written and narrated by autistic author Alis Rowe, full of bright colours and visuals, comic strips and animations… we have managed to simplify and make exciting a very complicated subject!

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