Professional Excellence in Autism – workplace training.

Practically-focused and interactive workshops that aim to empower participants to take a person-centred approach, to more effectively support autistic people into meaningful employment. We apply a blend of participatory activity, presented content and insights from recent research and policy, to address the following key question:

“What does an autistic person need, and what can we provide to them, in order for them to feel comfortable, safe, and well enough supported to find suitable work, do their job effectively, and feel fulfilled?”

In our accessible and adaptable workshops, participants gain valuable first-hand insight into the employment experiences of two autistic ‘experts by experience’, Anna Nibbs and Jonathan Drury. We are both autistic and have an extensive range of practical skills, expertise and background knowledge and experience in training delivery and consultancy.

Throughout the workshops we model a responsive person-centred approach, taking into close consideration the needs and comfort of our audience, both collectively and as individuals.

Book a session and see our full presentation page with session topics and outcomes here.

Anna Nibbs is an Enterprise educator and learning and teaching specialist, with a Masters in Information Management, a Postgraduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education, and Senior Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy (SFHEA).

Jonathan Drury is a Professional Dialogue facilitator, coach and trainer. Founder of Autism Dialogue. BA (Hons) in Contemporary Fine Art. Currently studying for Masters in Autism. Member of Academy of Professional Dialogue.

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Photo credit: Timothy Eberly – “Korean Pop”

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