Understanding autism equality in the workplace
Booking fee: £20
Who is this course is for?
This half-day workshop is for anyone who works in the voluntary or public sector that wants to gain an understanding of the Autism spectrum.
The course equips participants with an understanding of the needs of people with ASD and enables them to develop strategies and tools for working with people.
Details and new date to follow.
Due to impending surgery, this event has been postponed. Watch this space for rescheduled date!
Janine tutors this week-long course, which takes place in Glasgow and is free to RMT reps and members to attend.
For more information and to register, email Janet Cassidy.
Details to follow
Janine facilitates a workshop for delegates identifying the issues facing autistic workers and arming trade unionists with strategies for fighting for equality.
Venue: Congress House, Great Russell Street, London WC1B 3LS
Supporting you to support your learners
Unionlearn has long promoted the benefits of workplace learning and this event aims to help Reps explore ways to encourage learning for health, both physical and mental as well as discovering learning opportunities for health and well-being.
Three years ago, at the age of 45, I was diagnosed as autistic. It made complete sense to me, like being short-sighted all my life and finally getting a pair of glasses!
Janine will be tutoring this week-long course, which will take place at the union's Bob Crow National Education Centre in Doncaster and is free for RMT members and reps to attend.
Janine will be tutoring this first week-long course, which will take place at the union's Bob Crow National Education Centre in Doncaster and is free for RMT members and reps to attend.