I do not recall having any specific disability awareness training in my current position or my previous position as an IT Trainer for the NHS. The most memorable peice of disbility awareness training I undertook was several years ago, when I started working an NHS Trust who worked with individuals with severe learning difficulties. This training looked at the history of societies treatment of those with mental health issues as well as the behaviour you may experience while working in that environment. The training and discussion during this session was extremely frank, honest and enlightening.
Since then I have been involved in a number of training events which have indirectly raised awareness of accessibility issues. These include training for accessibility software, which highlighted the fact that some people with visual impairments such as tunnel vision, require text to be smaller than usual.