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Training

Divergent Consulting deliver tailored training to ensure neurodiversity's positive impact in your workplace.

We offer the following workshops as standard but if you are interested in something a bit different, please contact us and we should be able to put something together that fits with your needs.

Our training has been put together using the latest research, and the skills and knowledge of our team: the former teacher and engineer, and the organisational psychologist.

Our training is carried out by Rosie, who, powered by her past life as a teacher, has an approachable teaching style and prioritises empathy as a way to learn. Divergent Consulting feels that the only way that true inclusion can happen is by fully understanding the strengths and struggles of the brains around you. And, of course, we provide the business case too! 

Our standard workshops fall into two categories:

Or find out more about our signature Conversation Starter Package here.

Not sure where to start?  Book in a free discovery call by contacting us and we can discuss your needs.

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Longer Workshops

These workshops are available as either half or full day sessions and are designed to increase understanding of neurodiversity and the impact understanding it can have on your company.

 

These workshops allow delegates space to understand the impact of their learning in a safe environment and to put it into practice. Having this time and space is valuable to cement learning and help embed the training content.

The full day sessions provide delegates with the opportunity to delve deeper into the topics, working collaboratively as a team to brainstorm, and identify how they can make their workplace even more inclusive. 

These sessions are designed for smaller groups and work best in person; although remote and hybrid options can be discussed.

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neurodiversity in the workplace

This session covers what neurodiversity is, how it impacts us and what you can do to support your neurodivergent colleagues and staff. There is an activity where we simulate a neurodivergent experience, then learn how to plan to make common experiences more neuroinclusive.

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neuro-INCLUSIVE RECRUITMENT

Learn how your recruitment process can be altered to be accessible to the wide range of talent within our workforce. This session introduces neurodiversity and moves through the steps of recruitment and how they can be made more accessible to the many brains in your talent pool.

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neurodiversity FOR LEADERS

Learn about what neurodiversity is, how it impacts us and what you can do to support your neurodivergent colleagues and staff. This workshop includes more information on the business case for supporting your neurodiverse workforce.

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Shorter Workshops

These stand-alone workshops are all available as 1 or 2 hour sessions.

 

Each one contains an activity to help simulate a neurodivergent experience and they are designed to give a top-level understanding of the subject matter.  These are ideal for one-off awareness raising campaigns or can be combined with some of the other sessions to create a course.

These short workshops are designed for unlimited delegates and can be carried out remotely, in person or hybrid. You choose what works best for you and your staff.

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INTRODUCTION TO neurodiversity in the workplace

Learn about what neurodiversity is, how it impacts all of us and what you can do to support your neurodivergent workforce.

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neurodiversity FOR LEADERS

Learn about what neurodiversity is, how it impacts us and what you can do to support your neurodivergent colleagues and staff. This workshop includes more information on the business case for supporting your neurodiverse workforce.

Male presenting person conducting an interview.
neuro-INCLUSIVE RECRUITMENT

Learn how your recruitment process can be altered to be accessible to the wide range of talent within our workforce.


 

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SPECIFIC nEUROLOGICAL CONDTIONS

A look into a variety of specific neurological conditions, along with common co-occurring conditions and how they can be supported.

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REASONABLE ACCOMMODATIONS

A focus on the kind of adjustments that can be put in place for your workforce to support staff in being the best they can be.

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