Training with Scottish Autism
Our training services provide participants with a variety of opportunities to develop and build their autism knowledge.
Our training services are for practitioners, professionals, business or organisisations, and those that work with or alongside autistic people in a variety of settings. If you are autistic or identify as autistic, you may wish to contact our Autism Advice Line.
Your training will support your organisation or business to improve understanding of autism, and learn new ways of supporting autistic colleagues, employees or those in your care. An experienced Autism Community Advisor will support your learning throughout and guide you on putting your new knowledge into practice.
Training Courses - our experienced Community Advisors provide both virtually or in-person training at your workplace. This can be from our Community Advisors who can deliver one of our training courses in a half day or full day session virtually or at your workplace. Associated fees are dependent on your requirements for your training virtually or in-person.
Bespoke Training - these learning events are delivered face to face, and are designed to focus on developing a solid understanding of autism as a developmental difference. Special attention is paid to how this may look in the context of your business or organisation and our experienced Autism Community Advisors would provide a personalised learning approach for you and your team. Associated fees are dependent on your business or organisation's requirements.
Some previous clients include:
If you would like to discuss your training requirements further, please click the button below to contact our team.
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What our training participants have said:
The training has allowed more open and honest conversations amongst our team about what each member needs to perform at their best which was our ideal outcome. As a team we would recommend these sessions across all organisations to support strong team environments.
Client feedback, Public Health Scotland