Autism Training

We have a large variety of autism training courses available, as well as the ability to create bespoke material, please get in touch if you think we can help!

Our training is highly unique. We use animated videos and comic strips to engage our audience.

Below you will find information on what we can do for you, please select on a panel to find out more information. We also deliver Unconscious Bias and Diversity of Thought training, visit The Curly Hair Consultancy for more information.

Tailored training for 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, 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 really make a difference to people’s lives

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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Are you a Further or Higher Education Facility? Do you wonder what will happen next once your autistic students leave the supportive environment of education?

We can help!

Only 16% of autistic adults are in full time work and this statistic hasn’t changed for the last decade! Only 32% are in some kind of paid work (full and part-time combined), compared to 47% of disabled people and 80% of non-disabled people (reference).

It’s awful and we want to change it!

We know of thousands of autistic adults and young people who are desperate to work but aren’t able to get jobs. We bridge this gap. Autistic people can be very highly skilled, reliable and dedicated workers with excellent attention to detail. Indeed, they have many desirable skills for employers!

We can support:

  • Autistic young adults
  • Autistic adults
  • Employers
  • Career Departments & Job Centres

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Businesses of all sizes can benefit from working with autistic people, who think differently.

Businesses may be missing out on creative ideas, innovation and profit because everyone who works there all think alike. However, diversity is likely to be the key to drive innovation and creativity in all aspects and types of businesses.

We can support Employers with:

  • Understanding autism
  • Adapting the interview process
  • Utilising the unique strengths of autism
  • Managing an autistic person
  • Team building

Autistic people may have desirable skills such as:

  • Excellent attention to detail
  • High concentration and focus
  • Reliability and commitment

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Tailored training for GP practices, health centres and hospitals

Training for health professionals, administrative staff, and an additional option of training for patients and their families

Book a single session or use our popular package option, making it easy and straightforward to meet your training needs

We teach sensible, practical strategies that are flexible to fit into your existing practices

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

Contact us for further information

Acceptance, understanding and having empathy for people who are different from ourselves begins from a young age. What better way to raise awareness of autism than to engage directly with children and young people?

People who are empathetic and able to identify with and understand another person’s thoughts and feelings may be less likely to bully or ridicule others.

We can deliver assemblies in schools and can actively involve children and young people. Our autism work for children and young people is age-appropriate, relevant and insightful.

Not only will we teach children what autism is, we will also give them some strategies to use that may help their relationships with peers, classmates and friends who are on the autistic spectrum.

Our work is likely to make a massive difference to children who might be autistic and don’t know. Being able to relate to someone or something at a young age may reduce the likelihood of a child having mental health problems later on.

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Do you challenge the way you think? Do you ever question why you feel the way you do?

‘Unconscious bias’ refers to the quick judgements and assessments of people and situations that we make without realising

Everyone does it

By consciously working to remove the biases that we have, we can create more harmonious, kinder, considerate, more inclusive societies

If more people feel included, more people are likely to have improved mental health

Unconscious bias can also influence decisions in recruitment and staff development. Managers may be able to create better performing and more innovating workforces

Contact us to find out more or visit The Curly Hair Consultancy

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ASD-Friendly Professionals

We’re often asked for recommendations of organisation and individual professionals who have some experience in ASD.

Here is our small directory of the people that we know across the UK.