Disability Equality Training
Use Disability Equality Training to challenge discrimination and promote inclusion. You will become more creative, supportive and productive when carrying out business.
Invest in training
Invest in Disability Equality Training to:
- manage diversity proactively
- show staff and customers that you are sensitive to their beliefs, traditions and access needs
- avoid misunderstandings that can cost you money and damage your reputation.
We are equality specialists: Equality and inclusion are the drivers for all we do; we deliver high-quality training to share our knowledge, experience and enthusiasm at Proudlock Associates
All of our courses can be amended to suit your company needs. For example, we have:
- 2-hour Breakfast Briefings for executives
- half-day sessions for staff who cannot be spared for a full day.
Sample course outlines
Half-day training courses on The Equality Act.
Disability and the Equality Act
The Equality Act 2010 brought together and strengthened existing legislation (including the Disability Discrimination Act) around equality and disability. It also added new groups of numbers of people who are protected in law.
Training subjects include:
- the definition of disability, and how it has changed
- what indirect disability discrimination means for your organisation
- ‘filtering’ guidance on pre-employment health questions
- making physical reasonable adjustments in your organisation
- making reasonable adjustments to policies and procedures, for example for sickness absence, performance management and redeployment
- fair selection when considering redundancies in the workplace.
Who this course is for
- HR staff
- Diversity professionals
- Operational managers
- Contract managers
- Procurement professionals
- Anyone responsible for recruiting staff.
The Equality Act for front line staff
Find out about:
- key principles of equality and diversity
- the Equality Act
- direct and indirect discrimination
- positive action: how far does the Equality Act 2010 allow businesses to go?
- the new public sector duties
- challenging prejudice and stereotypes
- delivering inclusive services
- when things go wrong: dealing with conflict.