7-9 February 2018

Please register your interest in future ADI-R training events using the Contact Us link 


Early bird rate of £750 until 15th January 2018.  Thereafter £995. 

For payment and registration please click the Registration tab in the grey menu to left of this window.  Scroll down for the payment button at the end of the Registration page.  Registration will not be confirmed without payment.  No refund for cancellations made within 15 days of the event. All cancellations made prior to that will incur an administrative fee. 

Note: training costs does not include ADI-R manual and delegates must bring this manual to the training.  No refund for cancellations made within 15 days of the event. All cancellations made prior to that will incur an administrative fee.


Croydon Park Hotel
7 Altyre Road‪

Tel:          ‪+44 20 8680 9200


Just a few minutes walk from East Croydon station, the Croydon Park Hotel has excellent links to Central London and Gatwick Airport. A direct fast train service from East Croydon to London Victoria, London Bridge and Gatwick Airport, is only 15 minutes journey time. On site parking at a special rate of £3.00 per car per day for a full days parking or £5.00 per car per day for overnight parking. Delegates are also offered use of the leisure club at £5.00 per person for a one day pass.  Please contact the hotel directly for accommodation, parking and leisure club use, if required (delgates staying overnight receive complimentary use of the leisure club).

Training Description

This workshop is led by Emma Woodhouse, ADI-R trainer and Neurodevelopmental Specialist at The Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience and the South London & Maudsley Trust (The Maudsley Hospital and The National Autism Unit at The Royal Bethlem Hospital).

This three day training will cover administration and coding of the ADI-R.  The training will involve a combination of teaching methods, including coding from videos, group work and interactive discussions.

Please note that post-course work (e.g. reliability workshops) is required to achieve research reliability.  Further information on reaching and maintaining reliability will be covered in the training. 

Who should attend?

The training is suitable for all healthcare, research and education professionals with prior experience of working with Autism Spectrum Conditions. 


To register and pay, please click the links in the grey drop down bar to the left of this page.  For payment, please scroll down to the end of the registration page and click the pay button.  Confirmation of a place will not be provided until payment has been received.