This one-day training program is designed to provide leaders and managers with a comprehensive understanding of the importance of Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) in the workplace. Our aim is to ensure that EDI is part of the inclusive culture of the organisation and that its behaviour and actions are reflective of this.
Throughout this course, you will gain an understanding of the legal obligations outlined in The Equality Act 2010, core principles that apply to practical leadership and management obligations in the workplace, and the impact of conscious and unconscious bias. Additionally, you will learn the key elements of building a positive culture in relation to EDI and real-life legal cases that reinforce the need and impact of non-compliance with the Equality Act 2010 at an organisational level.
This topic covers the legal requirements outlined in the Equality Act 2010, which prohibits discrimination, harassment, and victimisation on the basis of protected characteristics. Participants will gain an understanding of how these obligations impact the workplace and what measures can be taken to ensure compliance.
This topic focuses on the principles of equality, diversity, and inclusion that leaders and managers should adhere to in order to create an inclusive workplace culture. Participants will learn how to implement practical measures to ensure EDI is integrated into the workplace.
This topic covers the use of language that can be offensive or insensitive to certain groups of people. Participants will learn how to recognise and address problematic language in the workplace, including micro-aggressions and unconscious bias.
Explore the impact of conscious and unconscious biases on behaviours in the workplace. Participants will learn how to identify and manage these biases, which can lead to unfair treatment and discrimination.
This topic covers the key elements necessary to build a positive and inclusive workplace culture. Participants will learn about the importance of communication, training, policies, and leadership in creating an environment where everyone feels valued and respected.
This topic examines real-life legal cases related to non-compliance with the Equality Act 2010. Participants will learn about the consequences of not complying with the law and the impact it can have on individuals and the organisation as a whole.
Our course is designed to provide leaders and managers with a comprehensive understanding of equality, diversity and inclusion at an organisational level. You will gain knowledge on legal obligations, core principles, problematic language, unconscious bias and how to build a positive culture. Our training will help ensure that your organisation’s behaviour and actions reflect the importance of EDI.
Upon completion of the course, you will receive a CPD accredited certificate that recognises your professional development and ongoing commitment to improving your EDI skills and knowledge.
With personalised attention and experienced trainers, you’ll gain a deeper understanding of EDI and learn practical strategies to implement in your workplace.
Attend an open course at one of our various venues or book an in-house course for your team.
We offer a 20% discount to all EST HR Retainer clients and a 50% discount to exclusive courses with a minimum of 8 delegates or £900 + VAT.
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