Apprenticeships and Neurodiversity


“There are apprentice placements to match the strengths and talents of all”, points out Professor Amanda Kirby in a recent FE News article, and having a workforce that is neurodiverse is a really good thing for business. Neurodiversity refers to differences in the brain regarding how individuals learn, socialise and process information (among other things). In her piece, Professor Kirby explains the amazing benefits that neurodivergent apprentices can bring to their workplace, from being entrepreneurial to thinking about challenges and solutions in a new way. Read the whole article here to find out more.