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Workplace Training

Whether it’s better understanding autistic customers, or benefitting from the many strengths autistic employees can bring to your workforce, our specialist workplace training opportunities bring with them the opportunity to improve business practices.

Our courses are developed and tailored to the needs of your organisation.

One popular objective we help meet it to increase your understanding of autism and autistic employees’ needs. Improve your knowledge of how to embed reasonable adjustments within an organisation and ensure you are equipped to meet legal requirements.

Apprenticeship Gift Levy

In 2017, the UK government pledged to support sustainable funding for apprenticeships, encouraging younger people to take them on and promoting them as a viable way of entering their chosen industry. As part of this strategy they established the ability for organisations to donate their excess funds from the government’s apprenticeship levy fund to support apprenticeship training in charitable organisations.

Autism Initiatives have been grateful to receive levy fund gifts from a number of corporate supporters including Excelcare and John Moores University.
If your organisation would like to support us by gifting us levy funding please get in touch



Corporate Supporters

Becoming a corporate supporter or nominating us as your Charity of the Year is a unique opportunity to unite your staff behind an inspiring cause and demonstrate your company’s commitment to making a difference.

Here are just a handful of reasons to nominate Autism Initiatives:

  • To increase understanding and acceptance of autism in your workplace and in your community
  • Because you understand that autistic people can be valuable colleagues and customers
  • You want to help fund autism projects, developed alongside autistic people and their families, that are innovative and provide lasting outcomes

Get in touch to discuss how your workplace can make a difference.

Support Autism Initiatives

If you are a business that would like to support the work of Autism Initiatives, then please do get in touch. We’d love to hear from you. Contact us for more information about how you can help.

“Like many large employers, we pay the Apprenticeship Levy but cannot spend everything we put in. Rather than see that money wasted, we have worked with the Combined Authority to facilitate this transfer of funds to Autism Initiatives, who will be able to benefit from the creation of 44 new apprentice care workers."

Mark Power, Interim Vice Chancellor at Liverpool John Moores University