Our two day training course for people on the autism spectrum is for those who are currently in employment and want to increase their understanding of the potential complexities of the workplace.

As an employee, you will have the opportunity to explore work-related challenges alongside other people on the autism spectrum.  The course aims to increase your confidence and skills in the workplace, and will cover the following topics:

What is autism?

We aim to ensure employees fully understand their autism and how it affects them. We provide information on the Equality Act 2010 and legal rights in the workplace. 

Communication skills in the workplace

This section focuses on formal and informal communication in the workplace. Topics covered include: small talk, interpreting non-verbal communication, communicating in different contexts and team work. 

Managing anxiety in the workplace

We will look into the key sources of anxiety in the workplace and explore strategies for reducing anxiety at work. We will also discuss ways to seek further support. 

Assertiveness skills for the workplace

This section explores strategies for communicating in an assertive manner, enabling employees to increase their confidence when communicating at work. 

Organisational skills for the workplace

Employees will be introduced to resources and strategies for developing/enhancing skills in organisation, prioritisation and time management in the workplace.   


Our two-day course is priced at £380 + VAT. You may be able to acquire funding for the course through the Government's Access to Work programme, which supports adults with disabilities in the workplace.  Our next two-day employee courses will take place on:

Scheduled open training events

Date  Location  Booking
4 and 5 September 2018 London Book now
28 and 29 November 2018 London Book now
5 and 6 March 2019 London Book now

Further information 

If you would like further information on this course or to speak to one of our advisors please call 0141 285 7117 (choose option 1 then option 1 again).