Upcoming Events

Our training receives 5* reviews. All training material has been written by autistic entrepreneur Alis Rowe and is delivered by an experienced Trainer.

Some of our training incorporates brief, very structured discussion and activities which you do not have to participate in. You can alternatively just relax and listen.

Type of event

Region

Date

Fri

05

Apr

Autism Learning Day 1 (Ely) - Conference (East of England)

Wed

08

May

Autism Learning Day 2 (York) - Conference (Yorkshire and the Humber)

Wed

05

Jun

Autism Learning Day 2 (Ely) - Conference (East of England)

Tue

11

Jun

Autism Learning Day 2 (Hull) - Conference (Yorkshire and the Humber)

Tue

09

Jul

Autism and Mental Health Day (Hull) - Conference (Yorkshire and the Humber)

Mon

15

Jul

Autism and Mental Health Day (York) - Conference (Yorkshire and the Humber)

Find out more about our training

We have a large variety of autism training courses available, as well as the ability to create bespoke material. Our events cater to people of all backgrounds, from newly diagnosed adults, parents, grandparents to teachers and health professionals.

For more information and how to book on one of our autism events, please click the individual links or contact us.

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