In-House Training

Our range of in-house training is provided by the Triple A team, including an autistic co-facilitator. The training is in an informal format, and presented in an easy to understand, jargon-free language. They include open discussions, training videos, interactive Q&A times and practical activities. Our training is designed to be engaging, interactive and fun!

Our current training topics include:

Understanding Autism


  • To equip participants with a practical working knowledge of autism
  • To listen to and discuss issues with co-facilitators who are autistic (experts by experience)
  • To consolidate understanding regarding what autism is
  • To introduce strategies when interacting with individuals who appear autistic
  • To consider communication, sensory and environmental issues
  • To equip practitioners on signposting information

Toon TalkĀ© – Communicating with Cartoons

An interactive workship that will:

  • Demonstrate how to use simple line drawings as an effective tool for communication
  • Explore how this technique can be used to record information and when using tools such a Social Storiesā„¢, Comic Strip Conversations, etc
  • Prove you do not need to be an artist to use this technique

Hosted Training

We also host training from outside trainers and facilitators.

Outside training topics include:

Focus On Female Autism

(Amanda Denwood – Autism Support Cumbria)

Training Includes:

  • Brief outline of history of girls and autism (gender and diagnosis)
  • Triad of differences
  • Recognising the presentation of girls with autism
  • How you can help
  • Planning (if in schools) or general working with girls/women
  • Question and Answer Sessions
  • References and further information