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Personal management skills for
the workplace
If you have an autism spectrum disorder (ASD), including Asperger syndrome,
you may find that managing your daily workload can be challenging. A course
from Prospects Employment Service called Personal Management Skills for the
Workplace will give you some useful strategies for organising, prioritising and
decision-making.
Would you like to find out more about:                                                                              “I have recommended
>   effective personal management skills?                                                                           this course to all
>   the role of these skills in the workplace?                                                                      of my clients, as it
>   how to organise your work effectively?                                                                          offers a range of
>   how to make decisions and prioritise work accordingly?                                                          tools and techniques
                                                                                                                    that will benefit
Personal Management Skills for the Workplace is a one-day personal development                                      any employee with
course that enables employees with an ASD to explore a range of personal                                            Asperger’s syndrome,
management approaches. It also offers a unique opportunity to explore issues                                        providing the
relating to personal management alongside other people with an ASD.                                                 necessary skills
Sessions take place in small groups of six and include a range of activities, such as                               to improve on
group discussions, role play and small-group work exercises.                                                        productivity at
                                                                                                                    work as well as
Who is the course for? Personal Management Skills for the Workplace is available
                                                                                                                    meeting other people
to anyone with an ASD who is already in employment.
                                                                                                                    who have the same
When and where is it held? The course takes place between 10am and 4pm at the                                       experiences at work.”
Prospects office in central London. Lunch and refreshments are provided.                                            Sarah Garry,
Where can I find out more? For more information, including costs, or to find out                                    Employment Consultant

when the next courses are taking place, phone 020 7704 7450 or email
employment.training@nas.org.uk




About Prospects Employment Service The National Autistic Society’s Prospects Employment Service links potential employers with people with
ASDs who would like to work, and provides information, training and ongoing support for people with ASDs and employers alike. For more information,
contact Prospects Employment Service, The National Autistic Society, Studio 8, 6–8 Northampton Street, London, N1 2HY. Tel: 020 7704 7450
Email: prospects.london@nas.org.uk Web: www.autism.org.uk/prospects/London Registered charity no. 269425

								
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