Join YTAS and the Donaldson Trust for a workshop focusing on supporting neurodiversity in youth theatres.
This bespoke workshop, part of our Youth Theatre for Everyone strand of training, will introduce the audience to the concept of neurodiversity through the eyes and of an experienced leader in the field using a case studies-based approach.
The second half of the event will focus on practical skills and scenario-based conversations about how to better support neurodiversity in our youth theatres. Taking place online, be prepared to participate in discussions and share your experience.
The YTAS sector training programme is supported by funding from the Gannochy Trust and Creative Scotland.
Who is it for?
Practitioners: For those on the front line of creative delivery. Training that is for ‘practitioners’ is for anyone who engages directly with young people in the creative process.
Freelancers: For those of you who are braving it on your own. Training for ‘freelancers’ will be spaces designed to investigate the unique challenges that come from working contractually for multiple organisations.
About the trainer
The Donaldson Trust is Scotland’s leading charity for neurodiversity. Through partnership and collaboration, the Trust increases the understanding of neurodiversity and improves the experiences of neurodiverse people. Their team of specialists deliver training to workforces and offer bespoke support to partners with the aim to improve knowledge of neurodiversity for people across Scotland.
We at YTAS are aware of the current financial struggles that the sector is facing. We would like to remind you that bursaries are available to any YTAS Member who requires financial support in order to attend one of our training courses, and will cover any fees associated with the training.