How good is your awareness and application of Diversity & Equality?
This one-day Diversity & Equality course helps ensures your staff know their responsibilities towards Equality and Diversity in the workplace and helps to embed a culture where staff are free from discrimination, bullying and harassment.
The course introduces the Equality Act 2010 and details each of the protected characteristics so you can learn more about what they are and how to avoid discrimination through words and actions.
This course looks at which behaviour is prohibited by the Equality Act and aims to help you to promote a fairer, more tolerant, and more diverse working environment.
This Diversity & Equality course is suitable for learners of all levels, including employers, managers, supervisors, full-time and part-time workers, as everyone in the workplace has a responsibility for supporting equality and diversity. The course has been designed as an introductory level and so no previous learning is assumed or required.
Benefits to you
By the end of the course, participants will be able to:
- Understand what is equality, diversity and inclusion?
- Understand the Equality Act 2010 and other relevant legislation.
- Appreciate appropriate/inappropriate language, behaviours and actions
- Challenge inappropriate language, behaviours and actions
- Understand the needs of individuals.
- Respect others and their needs.
- Understand strategies for embedding equality, diversity and inclusion.
- To raise awareness of the nine protected characteristics within the Equality Act 2010
- To understand the different types of discrimination
- To explore how beliefs, values and attitudes drive behaviour
- Explore and consider issues of empathy and sympathy by exploring stereotypes
- Recognising the benefits of embracing difference
- To gain an awareness of employer and employee duties in relation to Equality and Diversity, and inclusion
- To understand what ‘good practice’ means for your organisation
- To recognise individual and organisational responsibilities
Who should attend?
Employers, managers, supervisors, full-time and part-time workers