Online Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Training - Northampton Groups Only

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This course is ideal for those who are working, volunteering or a trustee of small local community based organisations.

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This course is being delivered by Northamptonshire rights and equality council.

It covers the basics in a way that is informative and helps understand the context for issues of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion and the role of Equality legislation. It explores what we mean by equality & diversity and gives participants an opportunity to explore the benefits of embracing diversity and how to challenging discrimination in their own particular context (as a volunteer, employee or trustee). The course will also look at key features needed in Equality, Diversity and Inclusion polices, developing an equality action plan and putting in monitoring systems into services.


Learning Outcomes for participants include:

• An exploration of what discrimination is and the forms it can take.

• An insight into ways in which discriminatory treatment or inappropriate use of language etc

can be challenged

• An overview of the legislation that support equality and challenges unlawful discrimination

• An understanding of key components needed in an Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Policy.

• An understanding of practical measures that can be put in place to collate and analyse

equality and diversity data


This is a two hour course is delivered in a relaxed and informative manner to help participants make this a meaningful opportunity to update themselves on what we need to know about equality and diversity.

There is interactive discussion, a quiz and some consideration of case-studies, but no role playing.

Suitable for all levels and all roles with an organisation.

Learning Agreement: FRESH

With such a large amount of content to cover within the time we have this Learning Agreement is meant to enable a ‘safe learning environment’ for the duration of the session. It allows us all to ‘safely’ discuss the situations that may arise and ensure that we do what we need to do when the session has ended. It is especially important to understand the ‘safe’ element of the agreement which links to ‘confidentiality’ and our responsibilities whilst at work under policy, procedure and employment legislation.






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