This interactive online workshop explores the legal duty to make reasonable adjustments for neurodiverse applicants/employees and how creating an inclusive work environment gives competitive advantage in recruiting and developing talent.

It is estimated that 1 in 7 people are neurodiverse i.e. their brain functions, learns and processes information differently to those who are neurotypical. However individuals who, for example, are autistic, dyspraxia, have ADHD are massively under-represented in terms of employment.


  • What is “neurodiversity"?
  • Types of neurodivergence (potential workplace challenges and strengths)
  • The duty to make reasonable adjustments for neurodivergent employees
  • Interactive voting on case law illustrations 
  • Benefits for employers in creating an inclusive workplace in relation to recruitment processes, education of management and providing a supportive work environment

Event date

Virtual online training
10:00 - 11:30 BST
£50 + VAT per person