Project Description

During this second of several training sessions with the Job Centre Plus team at the Department of Work and Pensions our trainers explained some of the elements involved with making their offices and actions autism-friendly.

This is what the staff team said after their training:

Sam Hand
“I found the training really useful and I now feel I may be able to assist my customers more effectively.”

Sue
“Very interesting – Good mix of practical, visual and verbal [training].”

Tammy Yates
“Really good course – Really enjoyed it and learnt a lot”

Benjamin Goring
“For me this was as useful personally as [it is] in my work. I enjoyed the course very much, the content was brilliant.”

Anonymous
“Excellent event, increased my understanding and will help me to support customers with autism in a better way.”

Dianne Ashton
“A very enjoyable event, interesting content and I learned a lot.”

Elaine Anderson
“Really useful training definitely, helped my awareness, will 100% use some of the techniques.”

Shelley Todhunter
“Really enjoyed the event, really made me think about myself and my customers.”

Paul
“Really well delivered training on a complex and challenging subject. I learned a great deal.”

Vicky Anderson
“Highly thought provoking – Excellent delivery – Very much enjoyed and would recommend.”

Gail Molloy
“Content very good – Training delivered with passion and professionalism.”

Cath Ridings
“Very interesting and useful – Very well presented and thought provoking – [The trainers were] both excellent and soon created a good rapport with the group.”

Cath Forshaw
“All of it was very interesting and informative and the interaction topics were particularly useful.”

Zoe James
“Comprehensive, easy to understand – Good examples used”