This one-day on request training course promotes the rights of people with autism to have sexual health information and provides practical skills training in sex and relationships education (SRE).
A two-day course to raise awareness of issues involved in SRE and autism, and to improve participants' confidence and skills to work more effectively around sexuality with people across the autistic spectrum.
A five-day course aiming to provide the knowledge, skills and confidence to plan, deliver and evaluate sex and relationships work to groups and individuals with learning disabilities. University accredited.
A one-day course to raise awareness and understanding of the wanted relationships and sexuality needs communicated by people who have severe learning disabilities and complex needs.
A one-day course examining the relationship between staff and parents/carers as supportive partners in working with the sex and relationship desires and needs of adults with learning disability.
A one-day course for anyone wanting to clarify what the law currently says about sexual activity and people with learning disabilities. It looks at some sex and relationships work policies, and helps participants consider how these can be of use in the workplace.
A three-day course to give staff an awareness of the rights of people with learning disabilities, and the knowledge, confidence and skills to apply inclusive practice. Includes sex and relationships policies, legal aspects and capacity to consent. University accredited.
A one-day course for experienced staff who would like a refresher in their sex and relationships work (SRW) with people with learning disabilities. Covers up-to-date legislation, addresses attitudes and values, and looks at practical exercises, session planning and resources.