Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (Half Day)
Equality, diversity and inclusion are no longer ethical aspirations but are now demanded by customers and employees. The aims of this half-day course are to raise participants' understanding of equality, diversity and inclusion issues when working within a diverse team; to support participants to understand the current legal and professional equality, diversity and inclusion framework; and to develop participants' understanding of equality, diversity and inclusion issues when providing services to a diverse population.
By the end of this course, delegates will have covered: Why do we need equality, diversity and inclusion training A range of concepts related to equality, diversity and inclusion A range of frameworks related to equality, diversity and inclusion The key points of the Equality Act 2010How to implement equality, diversity and inclusion principles in a professional context (employment and service delivery) How to access further information
Methods of Delivery
This course is delivered through Central's Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). Our specialist trainer uses a variety of methods to deliver this course including: practice studies, interactive presentations, group discussions and examples.
- Course Content
- Training Considerations
- Related Courses
- Key definitions: stereotypes, prejudices and discrimination
- Frameworks and legislation
- Main objectives of the Equality Act 2010
- The 9 protected characteristics
- The 7 forms of discrimination
- Reasonable adjustments and occupation requirements
- Strategies to embrace equality, diversity and inclusion
Any professional (managers and frontline staff) who wishes to broaden their understanding of equality, diversity and inclusion. The course will help organisations meet CQC Key Lines of Enquiry (KLOEs) and CQC Fundamental Standards.
Delegates should familiarise themselves with any organisational policies that may be in place governing issues of equality and diversity.
Upon completion of the course, the delegates will receive a certificate of attendance.
Safeguarding children and young people
Mental Capacity Act 2005 and Care Act 2004
Dignity in care
Person-centred care and support