Workplace assessments are an excellent first step when you have recruited a new employee on the autism spectrum or you have an existing employee who you think would benefit from further support.

A workplace assessment will help you to identify what adaptations could be made to ensure your employee is reaching their full potential, advise on management techniques and ways to communicate effectively. Workplace assessments address the following issues:

  • current issues and concerns 
  • description of current position and the expectations of the role 
  • social interaction 
  • communication 
  • flexibility of thought 
  • sensory issues 
  • recommendations for ongoing support
  • recommendations for reasonable adjustments to the workplace and role (in accordance with the Equality Act).

A member of our employment team will visit the workplace and meet with relevant members of staff (eg the autistic employee, managers, HR and colleagues as appropriate) to discuss any current or potential concerns. You will receive a written report within 15 working days of the assessment visit.

Cost

Assessments are priced at £1,420 + VAT.

Bookings

If you would like further information on our workplace assessments and how to book please speak to one of our advisers on 0141 285 7117 (choose option 1 then option 1 again) or email employment.bookings@nas.org.uk.

Do you think your employee would benefit from a workplace assessment and ongoing support?

If so a combined workplace assessment and ongoing Brain in Hand support may be the solution.
This will include;

  • A full workplace assessment
  • Your employee will be provided with a year licence to the Brain in Hand assistive technology application. A personalised support programme that can be accessed when and where it’s needed, from an app on your employee’s phone. http://www.autism.org.uk/services/education/brain-in-hand.aspx

Cost

The cost for this is £2790 + VATContact a member of the team to find out more 

Email Training.enquiries@nas.org.uk

Tel: 0141 285 7117 (choose option 1 then option 1 again)