Each individual workshop listed further down the page suit a two-hour (or more) timeframe to incorporate interaction, reflection, and discussion.  

Attendees: There are no limits as to the number who can attend, and workshops have been delivered to both small (e.g. 10) and large groups (80+).  Workshops are appropriate for all age groups and backgrounds (upwards of age 14 years+, and 10 years+ for the neurodiversity day event), and have been carried out with: teenage school children; foundation degree students; degree students; charitable organisation staff/volunteers; Metropolitan Police personnel; support and well-being staff etc.


Online training: Training sessions are £130 per hour, per trainer for online training, plus £100 for a recording of the session hosted privately by Aucademy for attendee personal use.

In-person training: Training sessions are £160 per hour, per trainer, plus travel for in-person training (plus food if whole day/s wanted), plus £100 for a videographer to attend and provide a recording of the session hosted privately by Aucademy for attendee personal use. A booking of four hours minimum is required for in-person training. Please confirm in-person training with us before using our booking system.

If you are a charitable organisation with limited funds still get in touch and we can see what we can do – we never want to price out organisations wanting to improve their understanding of Autistic experience.

**Please note that training delivered online is via a Zoom account held by an Aucademy member.
** In-person training needs to be agreed before booking, and prices are exclusive of travel (exclusive of lunch and/or dinner if day or multiple day trainings booked)

Please note that training delivery by Dr Chloe Farahar is unavailable in 2023. Booking should open up again 2024.

Please contact Dr Annette Foster for any training needs you might have.

Training currently offered (enquire if there is a topic you are interested in not stated here):

Autistic language processing hypothesis training

Programme (6+2 hours): Developing your neurodivergent self-advocacy
(in education &/or the workplace)

Language and narrative: Fostering a positive Autistic identity for wellbeing

Updated in 2021: Autistic experience, gender, & sexuality

New in 2021: Creating neurodivergent friendly learning environments (and teaching environments for neurodivergent staff)

New in 2021: Fostering a positive Autistic identity for wellbeing

New in 2021: “autism” theories versus Autistic theories of Autistic experience

New in 2020: Working with neurodiversity in mind: What can we learn from lock-down?

New in 2020: Autistic wellbeing: What works?

New in 2019: Neurodiversity event (for young pupils, year 7+)/Explaining Autistic experience to a child, young person, and families  

Autism Spectrum Disorder Autistic experience

The Evolution of Neuro-Diversity: A Critical Perspective of Mental Health (alternatively: The Stigma of Mental Health Experiences: How Can Psychology Tackle It?)

Autism Theory and Practical Skills Training

If you’re training interests are not listed please book a meeting with Dr Farahar to discuss your training needs: