The Do-IT training team, led by Professor Amanda Kirby, have delivered training to 1000s’ of people nationally and internationally.
We undertake face to face training and can deliver training online via webinar systems- you can choose what’s best for you.
We also have a comprehensive suite of e-learning modules available that can be purchased alongside our training or as stand-alone training materials.
Download the training brochure for more detail on the range of training that can be provided.
Our training focus
We provide training for a range of different sectors where we ensure the content is age and contextually appropriate e.g. education, into employment, in employment, in the justice sector, for specific work settings; housing; charities,and for health professionals. We provide a mix of the latest research with practical strategies.We have a lively interactive approach to training.
Topics can include:
We can also provide specific training about Dyslexia,Dyscalculia,DCD(Dyspraxia),ADHD,Autism Spectrum Disorder, Developmental Language Disorder and Tourette’s Syndrome.
We can also deliver bespoke training depending on your specific needs and setting to ensure it is contextually appropriate for you.
Neurodiversity Aware AwardThe Neurodiversity Aware® Award is an accredited programme for those wanting to gain a greater understanding of supporting people who have neuro-divergent ‘conditions’ in a workplace perspective including those with:
Completion of the course and work associated with it, leads to an OCN Level 4 qualification.
The Neurodiversity Aware® training course provides the last remaining jigsaw piece for employers in the puzzle that is ‘neurodiversity’ and provides individuals and their employing organisations with an appreciation of the big ‘multi-dimensional’ picture of neurodiversity from a workplace perspective and equips them to bring about positive change to ensure the right processes are in place in the future.
Taking a proactive approach to providing appropriate support, when it is needed, increases the chances for employing organisations being able to tap into the strengths and talents. It is also indicative of a caring and supportive workplace in which people can feel safe to seek support if they need it.
Course leaders are Professor Amanda Kirby, and Janette Beetham from Right Resources.
Contact us for more information. Sign up now for the next course on the 16th and 17th of February 2021, which will be run online. We can also run in house courses for your organisation.