Neurodiversity Awareness Training

Neurodiversity Awareness Training enables managers and staff to become more aware of the needs of their employees and colleagues with neurodifferences, such as dyslexia, dyspraxia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia, ADHD, and Autism.

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The Benefits of Neurodiversity Training

  • The creation of an open and inclusive workplace.
  • Embed neuroinclusion into the work culture, organisational structure, and workflows.
  • Encourage neurodiversity and disability disclosure in the workplace.
  • Improved staff retention rates.
  • Boosted employee satisfaction.
  • Improved workforce wellbeing.
  • A reduced likelihood of discrimination and litigation.
  • Equality Act compliance.

What do we cover in the inclusivity training?

We’ll cover:

  • The experience of neurodiversity – strengths, challenges, common characteristics, and workplace barriers.
  • The legal and business case for creating a neuroinclusive workplace.
  • Encouraging disclosure.
  • What are reasonable adjustments, and how do you ensure you provide them?
  • Individual response – supporting colleagues, positive language choices and challenging unconscious bias.
  • Organisational response – reasonable adjustments, Access to Work, Disability Confident scheme, and Neurodiversity audits.
Our trainers ensure that the session is accessible, applicable, and relevant to your organisation.

Who is it suitable for?

  • Line Managers
  • Team Leaders
  • HR Professionals
  • Colleagues of neurodivergent employees

Why choose us?

Our Awareness Training is led by professional trainers with experience in neurodiversity, equality, and inclusion. 72% of our team identify as disabled and/or neurodivergent. They deliver complex information in a clear and engaging way, making it accessible, applicable, and relatable to your organisation.

We deliver our sessions remotely in a group webinar format, so time and location are flexible and accessible for everyone. Each session typically lasts three hours and encourages interactivity and group discussion. Sessions are suitable for groups of any size, from any sector and for any role. We aim to ensure each team member gets the most out of the training and is confident at effectively applying it back in the workplace.


  • Remote employee training.
  • Sessions last 1-3 hours. Session duration and content are agreed upon in advance.

What is the need for equality training?

Our training helps your team understand the difference between equality and equity. Equality suggests that everyone should be treated equally in the workplace; however, different people need different things (equity) – we strive for equitable access.

How to overcome unconscious bias

The unconscious bias neuroscience shows that if you have a brain, you have bias. Despite this, for leaders, it’s vitally important that this bias is mitigated before it negatively affects decision-making. The following steps can be taken to overcome unconscious bias:

  • Acknowledge your bias
  • Learn more about you
  • Extend your comfort zone
  • Take responsibility for mitigating bias
  • Admit mistakes
  • Create structure
  • Evaluate decisions
  • Normalise conversations around bias
  • Promote a culture of honesty, respect, and inclusion

Let's talk

Get in touch with the team today to find out how we can support you get the neurodiversity conversation started in your workplace.