We provide a wide range of bespoke training, covering different aspects of our service provision, focussing on practical training which encourages participants to learn by doing.
EQUALITY, DIVERSITY & INCLUSION
This Equality and Diversity course provides employers and employees with the information they need to understand the best practice and responsibilities associated with equality and diversity in the workplace.
The course explains the government’s Equality Act, raises awareness of how it can be applied and details some of the potential barriers that may need removing to improve equality in the workplace. It also provides definitions and examples of discrimination, stereotyping, prejudice, bullying, harassment and victimisation.
Module One: Introduction to Equality and Diversity
This module introduces the notion of equality and diversity, sets out the aims of the course and includes an activity to test personal awareness of equality and diversity in the workplace.
Course summary and aims
Test yourself activity
Module Two: Equality and Diversity Law
This module explains the Equality Act, introduces the characteristics that are protected under the law and the exceptions to the law. This module also explains the potential barriers that may prevent equality in the workplace.
The Equality Act 2010
The nine protected characteristics
Genuine Occupational Qualifications
Module Three: Discrimination
This module gives definitions and examples of the different types of discrimination. It also explains what a disability is defined as.
Module Four: Stereotype, Prejudice, Bullying, Harassment and Victimisation
This module gives definitions and examples of the different types of inequality in the workplace.
Third party harassment
Aims of the Training:-
By taking this course learners will be able to:
Understand the definition of discrimination and what leads to such behaviour.
Understand the employment legislation and employer and individual responsibilities.
Understand what constitutes bullying, harassment, victimisation and discrimination.
Understand how to support equality and diversity in the workplace.
DIGNITY AT WORK TRAINING
All staff have the right to be treated with dignity, respect and courtesy. The workplace should be free from harassment, bullying, victimisation and discrimination and employees have a right to be valued for their skills and abilities. This one-day Dignity at work programme covers behaviours that constitute discrimination, bullying and different forms of harassment. This training course explores the legal framework and your obligations to developing and/or implementing a dignity at work policy and how inappropriate behaviour should be properly addressed.
This one day programme includes: –
Key Legislative Responsibilities
How and Why People Bully
Work Related Case Studies
Challenging and Reporting
Defining and Recognising Bullying and Harassment
Personal, Team and Organisational Consequences
Bullying versus Legitimate Performance Management
Key Skills and Behaviours for Success
By the end of this course, candidates should be able:-
To define the terms bullying and harassment in relation to the workplace
To raise awareness of the effects of bullying and harassment at work
To become familiar with in-house policy and procedures
To be able to recognise & tackle bullying & harassment professionally within the organisation
EQUALITY, DIVERSITY & INCLUSION IN EDUCATION
To provide schools with a practical framework and examples of best practice to assist them in meeting the challenges of equality, diversity and inclusion in education. Specifically the project will help schools to:
Raise achievement of all learners
Respect and celebrate diversity
Promote learner voice
Incorporate best practice into their processes of improvement and self-evaluation so as to make these practices sustainable in the longer term.
Teachers and Head teacher training in Equality, Diversity and Inclusion – intercultural competence
Supporting Learner Voices
Parental and Community Engagement and Support
Culturally Inclusive Curriculum
The Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Training provides Teaching Staff and Students with the information they need to understand the best practice and responsibilities associated with EDI in Education.
The course explains the government’s Equality Act, raises awareness of how it can be applied specifically to schools and details some of the potential barriers that may need removing to improve equality in the school. It also provides definitions and examples of discrimination, stereotyping, prejudice, bullying, harassment and victimisation. The training will also deal with the two specific duties that schools have to undertake in relation to the Equality Act 2010:
to publish information which shows they have due regard for equalities, as defined by the Act
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