Weekly Economic Development Update

Written byLauren De Moet

Central London Forward, Neurodiversity Awareness Training for Employers, 24 April 

Do you want to better understand neurodiversity at work? And do you want to ensure your workplace is a supportive and inclusive environment for people with neurodiversity? 

If so, sign-up for free Neurodiversity Awareness training. The session will take place on Wednesday 24 April, 1.00pm – 2.15pm. 

This training session is designed for employers who want to make their workplace more inclusive, and for employment support professionals who want to better support people with neurodiversity. 

The session will cover: 

  • Neurodiversity terminology and how language shapes the narrative around disability; 
  • The benefits of neurodiversity in your workplace; 
  • Understanding the autism spectrum; 
  • Creating a neuroinclusive workplace; 
  • Understanding reasonable adjustments and why these are important.  

The event is organised by Central London Forward. It is delivered by Auticon, an autistic majority global company with decade of experience in supporting employers to become neuro-confident.

The event is free to attend and funded by the Mayor of London as part of the No Wrong Door initiative. To book a place, NeurodiversityAwarenessTraining 

To find out more, please contact Miranda Jude (miranda.jude@cityoflondon.gov.uk). Please cascade to borough employment and business networks.  

Central London Forward, Neurodiversity Awareness Training for Employers, 24 April 

Do you want to better understand neurodiversity at work? And do you want to ensure your workplace is a supportive and inclusive environment for people with neurodiversity? 

If so, sign-up for free Neurodiversity Awareness training. The session will take place on Wednesday 24 April, 1.00pm – 2.15pm. 

This training session is designed for employers who want to make their workplace more inclusive, and for employment support professionals who want to better support people with neurodiversity. 

The session will cover: 

  • Neurodiversity terminology and how language shapes the narrative around disability; 
  • The benefits of neurodiversity in your workplace; 
  • Understanding the autism spectrum; 
  • Creating a neuroinclusive workplace; 
  • Understanding reasonable adjustments and why these are important.  

The event is organised by Central London Forward. It is delivered by Auticon, an autistic majority global company with decade of experience in supporting employers to become neuro-confident.

The event is free to attend and funded by the Mayor of London as part of the No Wrong Door initiative. To book a place, NeurodiversityAwarenessTraining 

To find out more, please contact Miranda Jude (miranda.jude@cityoflondon.gov.uk). Please cascade to borough employment and business networks.  

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