What is RSSF Training?

"RSSF Training understands how important it is to learn from the source. Our Autism Alliance, of experienced autistics, has helped shape our training and materials providing feedback and critique from an Autism perspective ensuring collaborative creation of quality content."

RSSF Training was created in 2017 with the aim of supporting families and schools to develop their knowledge of autism and social communication conditions including PDA. 

We offer Workshops, Webinars, Consultancy, Free Facebook Live Sessions and resource signposting to both families, schools and other settings. 

Whether you or your young person are diagnosed or not we are here to help you and hope to be effective advocates for autistic people whilst encouraging support and positive practice for both families and schools.


What is RSSF Training?


Reviews and Comments

Andrew and Lauren provided an excellent training session about Autism and Girls. They were both welcoming and friendly and immediately made us feel at ease.
The morning was structured, but with plenty of opportunities for questions and discussion.
I came away with useful strategies from the training, but also support and ideas from other parents and carers.
I will definately be attending more sessions.

Emma Yeoman

Well that is now 2 amazing training days with these guys. I love that you not only have amazing knowledge but can really apply it to life from all your experience as well. Always leave with great ideas and resources. Thank you I am sure I will be back for more xx

Shelley Anne

Had a really great morning yesterday on the ASD and sensory parenting workshop. My husband and I learnt a lot, and my daughter enjoyed seeing the things we had made! Everyone was so lovely which made it feel like a very welcoming and relaxed place to learn. Would recommend and we are already signed up to go on the ASD and girls workshop.

Kirstie Foote

I attended an excellent parent course via Zoom this afternoon. Very informative and you can never have too much support on the challenges our youngsters face and learn new strategies to support them. Thank you Andrew and Lauren

Suzanne Descotes