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Embedding Equality into the Curriculum Training Course

Important Announcement

Please be aware that given the Corona virus issues and in line with Government guidelines, Equality and Diversity UK is suspending all face to face training courses - initially from March to June 2020

During this period, we are delivering all our open and in house courses online via video conferencing.

This course will help you learn more about embedding equality and diversity into both leadership and curriculum development and the competencies needed to achieve this.

It provides a starting point for identifying your skills and areas for your own and others’ professional development

The ownership and visibility around equality beyond the college specialist is critical as is the representation of equalities within institution leadership roles, session planning and delivery of teaching and learning.

Course Outline

The course and the accompanying toolkit will examine what good equality, diversity and inclusion strategies in the classroom look like.

We will highlight the need for all those working within Schools, Colleges and Work Based Learning Organisations schools to not only provide and support training for good equitable strategies but to themselves promote equality though their own behaviour, teaching and learning practice.

The course will focus on the question of what needs to change and what needs to be done to achieve equality, diversity and inclusion in teaching, learning and curriculum development, design and delivery.

A copy of our new resource - Building Equality into the Curriculum Toolkit - will be given to all delegates attending.

Embedding Equality into the Curriculum Training Course

This course is available as an In-House Course only

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Course Aims

  • to explore how equality and diversity can be embedded more effectively within curriculum planning and teaching and learning delivery
  • to explore best practice and showcase practical examples
  • to understand the benefits of a curriculum for diversity
  • to explore how to engage learners and how to meet diverse needs
  • to explore standards for Observation, Teaching and Learning in an EDI context

This course will help you to:

  • understand what it means to embed EDI within the curriculum and how this benefits learners
  • increase your confidence when designing, planning and delivering , or carrying out lesson observations
  • improve learner satisfaction, lesson observation and learning outcomes
  • improve your practice in meeting diverse needs and making EDI integral to your everyday curriculum practice

Who is this course aimed at?

This course will be of interest to Equality and Diversity managers, quality managers, staff development managers, advanced practitioners, curriculum managers, staff involved in teacher training or carrying out lesson observations, and teaching staff.


In House Course

Half Day: £495

Full Day: £795

Courses run via Zoom, recommended maximum 10 delegates per session - up to 15 if required
Face to Face courses: maximum 20 delegates per session

Travel costs are in addition for face to face courses. Please see our Costs and Agreement

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