Equality and Diversity UK provide in-house courses throughout the country all year round.
Whether you want an established course delivered or an entirely new training package crafted to your specific needs, Equality and Diversity UK’s in-house EDI training can help your organisation meet requirements under the Equality Act 2010 and go beyond compliance. Let us take the hassle out of training with our specialist EDI team.
We can deliver to intimate audiences or provide invaluable one-to-one executive EDI mentoring/coaching. We are dedicated to providing the most relevant and suitable EDI training for your staff at all levels. We provide a pre-course survey to ensure the content has a match and fit with your specific needs; using information provided by you on our pre-course questionnaire, we tailor the training to your needs and circumstances, whether you want a single workshop for your managers, trainers or team leaders or a series of sessions for the whole organisation.
Please complete our Training Enquiry Form giving us the details of the training you require, and we will provide a draft course outline, tailored to your requirements.
Alternatively, complete our Pre-Course Questionnaire which will give us full information on your aims, outcomes and all other information we need to produce a full course outline.
This course covers the principles of Equality and Diversity in the workplace including both awareness and responsibilities. This course explores attitudes, values and belief in a safe and fair environment taking it far beyond the legislation. We look at the business, moral and legal case for equality.Read More
Starting at the very beginning, this course takes delegates step by step through all the key elements of the Equality Analysis process.
We will demystify the EA process, assume little or no prior learning and focus on giving delegates time to debate issues, ask questions and then put into practice what they learn.Read More
Equality Champions (often known as Diversity Champions) are recognised as playing a central role in disseminating good practice and encouraging the promotion of equalities within organisations. Equality Champions should be formally represented on the Board of Trustees and/or Equality and Diversity CommitteesGet more information
This course is suitable to people who want to increase their awareness of disability issues or gain more confidence in working with or supporting people with a disability, impairment or mental ill health. The course gives an in depth understanding of disability, impairments, mental health and the factors that can affect wellbeingRead More
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 developmentRead more
The course is suitable to people who want to increase their awareness of Mental health issues or gain more confidence in working with or supporting people with mental ill health.
The course gives an in depth understanding of mental health (from a diversity viewpoint) and the factors that can affect wellbeingRead More
Children in Foster Care need to be supported to maintain their cultural identity.
This course is designed to help foster carers fully appreciate the varied backgrounds that young people originate from, the importance of the child’s journey and the impact of transition between foster placements and leaving their birth family.Read More
The course introduces the Equality Act 2010 and details the Sexual orientation protected characteristic so you can learn more about what it is are and how to avoid discrimination through your behaviours, language, attitudes, conscious and unconscious bias and actions.Read More
Knowing what, when and how to challenge can be difficult. Within your role you will, at times, be required to challenge others' behaviour because you think it is potentially discriminatory; there are some attitudes, language and behaviours that are unacceptable: e.g. racist, sexist, homophobic, transphobic, disablist, ageist. This course prepares you to have those courageous conversations.Read More
This course is for all line managers at both operational and strategic levels. It will help delegates understand issues relating to discrimination, victimisation and harassment in the workplace - and the confidence to deal with them if they are alleged.Read More
Aimed at Senior Leaders, Hiring Managers, any staff with recruitment responsibilities who want to know how to recruit diverse talent, build a diverse talent pipeline and retain and progress this talent. Includes:
Provides learning and guidance on how to recruit and select talent in an inclusive way. It will help managers to understand the nuances of recruiting for cultural fit to positively impact employee engagement and retention. Includes:
This course is aimed at Senior Leaders and employees who want an in-depth understanding of Allyship, what it means to be an Ally and actions to take. Includes:
Understanding the concept of racism and its impact on social and patient care. Exploring the historical context of racism and its manifestations in the health/social care sector. Covers Unconscious Bias, Cultural Competence, Microaggressions, Intersectionality, Challenging Racism, Creating Inclusive Policies and Practices, Building Allies, Self-Reflection and Personal GrowthRead More
Half of Black Britons say they are just as likely to have experienced racism at work as on the street. This course will introduce you to the complex lived realities of race and ethnic diversity in British society and explore institutional racism, systemic social inequalities, and patterns of discrimination in the workplace.Read More
This course aims to provide participants working within the Private and Third sector a comprehensive understanding of the Equality Act 2010 and its implications in the workplace, equip participants with the knowledge and skills to effectively meet the needs of protected groups in their working environments and foster an inclusive and diverse workplace culture that promotes equality and respects the rights of all individualsRead More
This course aims to provide participants working in the education sector a comprehensive understanding of the Equality Act 2010 and its implications in the workplace, equip participants with the knowledge and skills to effectively meet the needs of protected groups in their working environments and foster an inclusive and diverse workplace culture. The approach will be tailored to the specific challenges faced within the education sectorRead More
This course aims to provide participants working in Public Bodies, Police, NHS, Children's Services, and Criminal Justice Systems a comprehensive understanding of the Equality Act 2010 and its implications in the workplace, equip participants with the knowledge and skills to effectively meet the needs of protected groups in their working environments. Scenarios specific to public service settings will be incorporated.Read More
This course is designed to empower recruiters and panel members with the knowledge and skills needed to create a truly inclusive and equitable recruitment process.
Participants will gain insights into dismantling bias, reaching diverse talent, sustaining a diverse workforce, and accommodating neurodiversity, cultural differences, and other protected groups.Read More
This course focuses on providing individual staff members who have engaged in racist, sexist, homophobic, transphobic, or any other form of discriminatory behaviour with the necessary tools and strategies to repair their behaviour and contribute to a more inclusive work environment.
By participating in this course, employers can actively work towards repairing their organisation's reputation and fostering a culture of respect and equality.Read More
This 1:1 course provides a comprehensive understanding of what constitutes bullying, the various forms it can take, and its potential impacts on individuals and the workplace.
It encourage delegates to critically reflect on their behaviour, communication style, and interactions with colleagues to identify any potential patterns or behaviours that may have contributed to the allegations.Read More
As an employer, you have a duty of care towards your employees and must do all you reasonably can to ensure staff wellbeing and prevent discrimination, harassment and victimisation in the workplace.
This training event provides you with key information to help you promote engagement and inclusivity in the workplace and avoid common pitfalls that can lead to reputational damage, impact on individuals and costly tribunal claims.Read More
Challenging and excessive behaviours can be difficult to manage. Left unaddressed, they can be damaging to a business and its employees, leading to low morale, loss of productivity, silent quitting, and increased staff turnover.
This interactive training session will provide you with skills to confidently identify challenging behaviour, recognise the impact it can have on individuals and the business and practice strategies to manage these behaviours effectively.Read More
The effects of unacceptable behaviour within the workplace are harmful to all concerned and potentially expensive for organisations, with real reputational risks.
Behaviours such as, direct/indirect discrimination, harassment, victimisation, and microaggressions can lead to increased levels of absence, staff turnover and lower staff morale which can reduce productivity.
Attending this event will help you to identify and address inappropriate behaviours in the workplace and understand the appropriate course of action to take. It will also help you to understand the legal aspects and employer/employee responsibilities.Read More
It is important that staff are safe and treated with dignity and respect at work. Sexual harassment has a significant impact on employee mental health and wellbeing. It can lead to low morale, poor productivity, increased absence, and resignation.
There are legal implications if a complaint of sexual harassment is not handled correctly. It is not only damaging for the individuals involved but can prove costly to your business in terms of finance, reputation, and employee engagement.Read More
Bullying in the workplace can have a detrimental effect on employee wellbeing, productivity, and retention.
As an employer, you have a duty of care towards your employees and must do all you reasonably can to ensure staff wellbeing and prevent bullying in the workplace.
This course will provide you with key information to help you promote engagement and inclusivity in the workplace and avoid common pitfalls that can lead to costly tribunal claims.Read More
Below are some examples of in-house courses we have run for various organisations. Please note that all of our courses are tailored to your exact requirements
Our training programmes have been developed and refined since 1997. Our training is effective because it is:
We will discuss and agree the precise content of the training programme (we offer pre- training questionnaires to all staff to help this process). All training is then genuinely tailored to your needs and circumstances, whether you want a single workshop or an in- house programme.
All our training is supported by high quality hand books. Pre-course activities are used to encourage delegates to consider the issues before the training and to ensure that the programme is tailored to specific needs. All programmes have a set day/half day rate. All our work is evaluated and changes made where necessary to ensure quality and relevance.
We pride ourselves on offering extended support to clients, working in partnership with you to develop your business through your staff
Working with Equality and Diversity UK you can be assured that you will receive:
Topics to choose from include:
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