**Please note that currently all training is delivered online via a Zoom account held by Dr Farahar.
Training we currently offer (enquire if there is a topic you are interested in not stated here):
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
Each individual workshop suits 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.
Fees: Training sessions are £100 per hour per trainer. 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.
If you’re training interests are not listed please book a meeting Dr Farahar to discuss your training needs:
Training and/or topics we currently offer (enquire if there is a topic you are interested in not stated here):
- “Autism”/Autistic experience
- Theory, praxis, and practice
- Neurodiversity paradigm
- Autistic culture
- Peer support and structured support
- Mental health
- Mindful stimming
- Neurodiversity in the workplace
- Autistic employment
- Autistic wellbeing
- Lived experience – personal narratives from Autistic educators
- Autistic and neurodivergent relationships
- Masking; overwhelm; meltdown; shutdown; burnout
- De-gendering Autistic experience – not males versus females
- Neurodivergent inclusive teaching and learning environments