Are you interested in raising awareness of neurodiversity?
All of us have colleagues, griends, children, family members that will have an identifiable neuroatypical condition - and our workplaces and wider society can cause difficulties for them.
PCS is commited to fighting for all members, especially those who face disadvantage and discrimination. Opportunities need to be widened, and support strengthened, not cut back under the excuse of 'austerity'. Sign up to our 2-day course and become a PCS neurodiversity champion.
None - however participants are encouraged to become involved in their branch as PCS Neuro-diversity Champions.
Please download and complete the TUED application form and send either via post or email to Nathan Edgeworth.
If you are likely to incur expenses, please also complete the TUED Estimated T&S Expenses form and send with your TUED application form.
PCS Wales Boardroom
Floor 2, Unite Building
1 Cathedral Road
Nathan Edgeworth - Operations Manager - PCS Wales & South West
02920 666 363