Our approach to accessibility in training:

We believe that it is important to plan accessibility into training at the earliest possible stage. Here’s a bit about how we approach access for our trainings:

  • We’re person-centred. We know that everyone’s needs are different and can change over time. We will talk with you about your specific access requirements, and you can reach out to us if something changes. 
  • We’re non-judgemental. We want people to be able to get the most out of our training, and the best way to do that is to make sure that we are meeting people’s access needs. We really encourage you to let us know what you need- even if you are used to “putting up with” not having your needs met in other situations. We believe that your needs are important, no matter how big or small they may be.
  • We trust you. You know yourself best. We know that many conditions are invisible or variable. We also know that not everyone can get a diagnosis and that there are other reasons why someone might have an access need. We trust and want to support you all.
  • We can help you figure it out. You might not know what access support would benefit you, and that’s okay. We can talk together about what might help.
  • We’re flexible. Sometimes people don’t realise they have an access need until they get to the training. Whilst it’s easier to meet requirements when we have more notice, we respond as best as we can as needs emerge too.

Our training is attended by participants with varied (and sometimes conflicting) access needs, and we never want to assume what might be helpful for an individual or group, so our accessibility offer is variable depending on the circumstances. This means we don’t have a rigid offer of what we can do, but here is a non-exhaustive list of the sorts of things we can arrange.

Please note- not all of these options will be possible for every training, but we will always strive to offer these things, or talk about what we can do alternatively to make our training more accessible.

Accessibility Offers

Find out more about how we plan accessibility into our different trainings!

Live Distance Learning

Training that is delivered to a group of people in real-time e.g. over zoom. This could be a stand-alone session or one of our in-depth programs.

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Non-Live Distance Learning

Training that participants can guide themselves through in their own time.

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In person training

Training that requires in person attendance

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Partner Organisations

Running trainings in colllaboration with other organisations

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