Autism and other neurodiversities – what’s in it for your workplace?
Price and to purchase:
Refunds up to 7 days before event
Eventbrite’s fee is nonrefundable
3.5 hours (plus a 30 minute break)
This Autism in the Workplace – Fitting the Job to the Worker course covers:
- how to recognise the strengths and support needs of autistic job seekers and workers
- practical strategies to assess the barriers to employment in your workplace
- tools to remove these barriers when recruiting autistic talent
1. Autism and other neurodiversities – what’s in it for your workplace?
2. Tips for autism-friendly recruitment – an overview
- Attracting, recruiting and keeping autistic talent
3. Fitting the job to the worker
- Developing job descriptions
- Advertising your opportunities to attract autistic job-seekers
4. Interviewing for success
- Identifying candidates’ strengths
- The impact of rapport (or lack of it)
- Disclosure dilemmas
Delivered in a classroom environment
Informed by autistic advisors
Delivered by autism specialists
We look forward to seeing you at Autism in the Workplace – Fitting the Job to the Worker.
Out of respect to people with sensory sensitivities, please avoid wearing perfume, deodorant and other strong smells.
Is there an autistic child in your life?
Come to our FREE workshop for family/ whānau and professionals.
Catherine Trezona, national manager
Jamie Timoti, Live Chat agent
THERE IS NO CHARGE TO ATTEND but please let us know you are attending for catering purposes.
Starts 5pm, light refreshments and socialising, 8pm finish.
* Out of respect to people with sensory sensitivities, please avoid wearing perfume, deodorant and other strong smells. We would also appreciate if you could keep your phone on silent.
PRISM Professional Development Series is for professionals working with people on the autism spectrum including educators, health professionals and support workers.
All workshops are interactive and present information in ways to appeal to different people, including role-plays, videos, group exercises and discussion. Participants are provided with a comprehensive workbook and ongoing access to tailor-made information.
The workshops will offer a safe and supportive environment for people to ask questions about autism. The facilitators will provide best practice skills and strategies to interact in positive ways with people on the spectrum and their families.
No catering included
“Tutors were fantastic, engaging, friendly and incredibly well educated.”
“Love the booklet with the powerpoint, this made a very easy to follow workshop.”
“Great course, very helpful, all information I will use in my work.”
“Awesome training, feeling empowered and looking forward to implementing new strategies for our people.”
To register phone us on 0800 273 463 or register online