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Autism Initiatives Receives Award for Innovation in Training

Posted on 3rd April 2019

We're celebrating receiving an award from leading National Training Provider, Partnership Training Limited

Head of Learning and Development, Sandra Johnston, and Learning and Development Manager, Cait McDermott, were delighted to receive the award for 'Innovation in Training' from Christine Cook and Sharon Saund, Directors of Partnership Training Limited (pictured above) at our head offices in Bootle, Merseyside.

Partnership Training Limited released the following statement detailing the reasoning behind Autism Initiatives being presented with this honour.

Autism Initiatives has an exemplary record of supporting highly creative and extensive learning and training programmes to successfully enable their staff team to focus on the ethics and ethos that drive and indeed are embedded in the organisation.
The commitment to drive change, led by the Director of Autism Practice, Kate Silver, in the delivery and joint working relationship with Partnership Training Limited, a leading National Training Provider, has led to bespoke analysis and true employer led, company specific goals being met in the delivery of the apprenticeships. These goals being meaningful, worthwhile and beneficial for the individual learner and services users in line with the organisations aims and aspirations and the standards set by the Skills Sector Councils. 
As a training provider the learning and development service at Autism Initiatives driven by Sandra Johnston, Head of Learning and Development and Cait McDermott, the Learning and Development Manager, have constantly displayed an innovative, sector-leading approach that is not only powerful in its approach and delivery but also consistent - enabling the learner to achieve and believe in themselves.