Book your place in the National Autism Trainer Programme (NATP) training for staff from Health and justice settings across England. This includes staff from the following settings:
Liaison and Diversion Services
Youth Justice Services
Sexual Assault Referral Centres
Children and Young People Secure Estate (CYPSE)
The training is co-produced and co-delivered by autistic people. You will have access to our unique curriculum, Community of Practice support sessions and webinars and we will support you to deliver the training in your setting with an autistic co-Trainer.
In November-December 2023, we are delivering a four-day pilot training course for delegates working in Health and justice settings. Each training course runs over four days and is delivered completely online. Training cohorts have a maximum of 23 delegates to optimise each delegate’s experience and learning. Places can be booked on a first come, first served basis.
Four-day training courses taking place from January 2024 can be booked now. Places can be booked on a first come, first served basis. Select your preferred course dates by clicking ‘Book your training place’ above, ensuring that you book training that corresponds to your work setting.
To find out more about the programme download the course summary flyer.
Further training dates will be released soon for 2024. If you would like to discuss training dates or book further in advance, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If the current dates are not suitable for your schedule, please subscribe to our National Autism Trainer Programme newsletter, to be kept informed of future course dates.
November 2023 NATP Information session for Health and justice settings staff
In November 2023, staff working in Health and justice settings joined an online information session, to learn more about the National Autism Trainer Programme. Hasan Wazir and Scarlett Milward from NHS England discussed the need for this training, and how it aims to enhance autistic people’s experience of care through its collaborative, experience-sensitive and trauma-informed approach.
The event was chaired by Co-Lead Programme Directors Dr Ruth Moyse from AT-Autism and Dr Georgia Pavlopoulou from Anna Freud, who also took part in the Q&A panel. There was a range of presentations and videos from autistic content developers. Professionals also discussed how the training will help staff to support children and young people in Health and justice settings.
You can view the presentation slides here.
You can watch the event recording below.
We have created a useful training roadmap graphic explaining the training process and the steps to becoming a NATP Trainer and then training colleagues. You can also view our training roadmap video: