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Equality and Diversity Training

Course Description

It may come as no surprise to learn that in a survey carried out amongst experienced, middle and senior executives, designed to determine the things that they feared most, public speaking came out as number one. What may come as a surprise is that in the same survey Death was eighth on the list! So on the basis of the surveys findings most of us would rather die than stand up and present!

Whilst, that may be a little extreme, it is a fact that many people can become terrified at the prospect of having to stand up and make a presentation. It is also true that a poor presentation can have a negative and damaging effect on the issue the presentation sought to address. Not to mention the effect that such an experience will have on the individual undertaking the presentation.

This course is intended for anyone that is currently required to undertake presentations, or who may be required so to do in the future. The course is designed to provide delegates with the ideas and techniques to help them feel more confident about presenting, and will help them to become a more effective and professional speaker.

Course Duration

The course is usually delivered over a full-day. However, the duration of each course can be tailored to meet the client’s individual needs. Please note that the course is highly interactive with a number of group exercises built into the course. This approach is taken to maximise the benefits of the course and to draw on students’ individual experiences.

Course Syllabus

The course syllabus covers a wide range of issues and topics, which include:

  • Introduction to the Equality Act 2010
  • Individual Human Rights
  • What is Equality & Diversity
  • The value of Diversity
  • Harnessing Diversity
  • Protected Characteristics
  • Prejudice, Stereotyping, Labelling & Discrimination
  • Discrimination by association
  • Positive Action & Positive Discrimination
  • Barriers and responsibilities for removal
  • The benefits to an organisation of having a diverse workforce

The list of subjects detailed above is merely intended to provide a flavour of the course content and the skills that participants can acquire.

Certification

Subject to successful completion of the course students will gain a Certificate of Attendance. Whilst, the certificate does not expire within a given time-period, it is recommended that students undergo periodic refresher training to ensure that any changes are addressed and the important issues discussed remain fresh in the students mind.

Numbers

To allow for effective class interaction it is recommended that a maximum of 18 students are allocated to this course. We are of course willing to discuss your individual requirements and wherever possible accommodate them. Students should be a minimum of 16 years or above.

Assessment

This course is not subject to any formal examination or assessment. However, the course is highly interactive and all students are expected to play a full and active part.to ensue a successful outcome.

Location

We are able to offer this course at your location, subject to a pre-course assessment of your premises, thus reducing your costs in respect of additional time out and travelling.

 

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