Autism awareness workshops now being offered for individuals and small teams

So much interest in autism-awareness training has been expressed by smaller Liverpool organisations that the project team is arranging to host group workshops  for individuals or small teams. We run a series of rolling sessions throughout the year for groups of up to 24 people. The sessions can be booked for morning or afternoon and can be tailored for specific needs where necessary.

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Join the Liverpool Autism Champions Project.
A half day autism awareness training session for you & your team.

Our mission is to ensure that Liverpool organisations which deal with members of the public are autism friendly, so that people on the autism spectrum can enjoy full access to community life.

An ever-increasing band of organisations –  including shops, restaurants, transport companies , leisure centres and football clubs – have committed to becoming Liverpool  Autism Champions. Join us, and help make a real difference.

By the end of the half day session you will:

  • Have a greater understanding of autism
  • Develop techniques to help make your business/organisation autism friendly
  • Receive a certificate of attendance to display in your premises
  • Receive window stickers to alert customers to your Liverpool Autism Champions status
  • Be included on our website and in a range of social media

When 

We run a series of rolling sessions throughout the year for groups of up to 24 people. The sessions can be booked for morning or afternoon and can be tailored for specific needs where necessary.

Where

Autism Together in Bromborough, we also have access to training facilities in Liverpool.

How to sign up

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or contact: dawn.kirby@autismtogether.co.uk

 

You can find out more about the Liverpool Autism Champions project here.