If you are a PCS member in Wales, please contact your Regional Training Officer to register for this course.
'Neurodiversity' means that different people have different brain wiring. Unfortunately, those with a minority brain wiring - such as dyslexic, autistic and dyspraxic people - face discrimination at work and in wider society.
If you are a PCS member in Scotland, contact your Regional Training Officer to register for this course.
Venue: Nobel House, Atrium
Janine will deliver short and snappy sessions encouraging civil service workplaces to become accessible to autistic and other neurodivergent workers by changing themselves rather than trying to change workers.
More details to follow.
After the July course quickly became fully-booked, PCS members in the North West have a second chance to take part in this two-day training course, held at Wirral Metropolitan College in Liverpool. Contact your Regional Education Office to register.
At Wirral Metropolitan College. Please contact the Regional Office to register.
If you are a PCS member interested in attending this, please contact your Regional Office.
Discussing the Labour Party Autism/Neurodiversity Manifesto.
Venue: Baskervilles Tea Shop, 66 Alderman's Hill, London N13 4PP
Details to follow.
Rescheduled date to follow ...
Venue: PCS office, Transport House, 1 Cathedral Rd., Cardiff CF11 9HA
PCS members - please contact your regional training officer if you would like to attend.