Day 2 of 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.
Day 1 of this two-day course.
The second day will be on 6 June.
A panel discussion with speakers:
- Judy Singer, author of Neurodiversity: the birth of an idea
- Fergus Murray, co-founder of Autistic Mutual Aid Society, Edinburgh
- Janine Booth, author of Autism Equality in the Workplace
Exact times: 16:55-18:25.
Janine will be running three one-hour sessions at this Health and Wellbeing day for PCS Union Learning Reps based in the HMRC at Canary Wharf.
Venue: HMRC, 1 Ruskin Square, Croydon, Surrey. Nearest mainline station: East Croydon
Janine will be running a workshop on Neurodiversity at this event for civil servants organised by their trade union, PCS.
More details to follow.
Rearranged date to follow.
PCS members who have completed Stage 1 Neurodiversity training will be invited to attend this course.
Please contact your PCS regional training officer or branch secretary if you would like to register for this course.
A follow-up course for PCS members and reps who have already attended the Stage 1 training course.
A two-day course for PCS reps and members in London and the South East.
If you would like to attend, please contact your branch secretary or regional training officer.
Janine will be tutoring this two-day course for RMT reps and members in the South East and London Transport regions.
Details to folllow.