Neurability Campus

We are teaching the know-how and the skills necessary to enter the workforce of the future. Join a cohort of motivated neurodivergent adults and become one of our certified graduates.

Embark on a transformative journey at Neurability Campus, where we provide specialized career training for neurodivergent individuals, including autistic adults and VASTers. Our tailored programs are designed to empower you with the skills and confidence needed to thrive in the workforce. Here, we teach based on a philosophy that revolves around people and positive change. These two principles create a dynamic cycle that fuels success and innovation where the ultimate outcome is growth.

Campus Principles

Constantly improving how we work, what we

create, and how we benefit those around us

What is positive change?

Kaizen (改善) is a Japanese word that translates to “good change”. It is the idea of continuous improvement of all functions, across all members, over all aspects of the organization.

People at the forefront

For people to perform at their best, they need to feel safe. Safe to fail, safe to try, safe to be themselves. This principle is described as Anzen (安全), meaning “safety”, “preservation”. We make the protection of people, values, experiences, relationships, and knowledge a requirement in everything we do and approach failure as an opportunity to introduce more Anzen into our culture, practices, and tools.

When we feel safe,

we are free to make real progress

Campus Curriculum

Organization

General Administration
Organizational Principles
Team and Client work structure

Business Concepts

Economy as a System
Organizations as a system
Structure & Function
Business Domains

Communication

Form and Function
Medium and Tone
Caveats & Ambiguity
Clarification & Reiteration

Technical

Information, Data, Knowledge
Software in business context
Code and applications
Environments and DevOps

Client Engagement

The art of Consulting
Ways of working applied
Client positioning and structure
Team positioning in Client context

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