TRAINING & CONSULTATION
Certificate of Endorsement – Neurodiversity and Inclusive Practice
If you are interested in hosting a Face-to-Face workshop or would like further information, please contact us here.
In this one-day industry-specific workshop, participants will examine neurodiverse conditions and inclusive practice, how to identify and interact with customers and clients living with neurodiverse conditions and other sensory needs to create better outcomes for them and their families, boost their business’s reputation and customer base and increase turnover.
Our professional workshop facilitator will lead the group through the topics and guide them through the completion of a series of practical tasks and quizzes with the aim of developing a targeted action plan for their business.
Workshops run for approximately 6 hours, are tailored to our four key industries (travel and tourism, hospitality and services, healthcare and education), and offer participants an opportunity to:
- gain an understanding of neurodiverse conditions.
- learn how to respond to individuals living with ASD and other sensory needs.
- work with families of children living with ASD and other sensory needs.
- understand the individual’s perspective of their business.
- understand the parent’s perspective of their business.
- respond to customer needs and create an action plan.
- develop neurodiversity inclusive policies and procedures.
- be listed for two years on our online platform of NDCAU Inclusive Partners – Endorsed.
- study as an individual at one of NDCAU hosted events or onsite as part of a workplace group.
Please note: participants MUST complete the E-Learning Certificate of Completion- Neurodiversity and Inclusive Practice prior to attending one of these workshops
“It was great to get an idea of what families are going through as well. The stories of real-life experiences of families and kids.”
“I found it really useful to discuss specific situations and how best to respond to them with tools to support confidence and comfort for families traveling with special needs.”