This course explores what unconscious bias is and where it comes from.
Diversity and inclusion
This course provides an introduction to the public sector equality duty (PSED) and how you can ensure you your company is meeting the standards.
This sexual orientation module looks at the idea of attraction and how to ensure people of any orientation are treated with respect in the workplace.
This microlearning course looks at the different forms of sexual harassment, what impact it can have and identifying ways to support victims.
This recruitment and selection essentials course provides learners with the knowledge and skills to take the right recruitments decisions. Detailed ‘how-to’ guides, case studies and an ‘ask the expert’ feature are included. 70 minutes Enquire about this...
This module explores the various forms that racism can take in the workplace.
In this immersive scenario-based course, learners will be placed in the headquarters of Sandyside, a major manufacturing company.
This module looks at how you can recognise microaggressions, understand their impact and learn about ways to support yourself and others when experiencing micro-aggressions at work.
Covering the same areas as the other Introduction to UK Equality legislation course, this also looks at the enhanced responsibilities that managers have.
This Introduction to UK equality legislation covers the Equality Act 2010 and the key rights and responsibilities of employees.
This course will show learners how to identify inappropriate behaviour, recognise the difference between active and passive bystanders and how to use non-violent communication to challenge discrimination at work effectively.
Treating all genders with respect is crucial in any workplace. This course shows learners how to do this as well as exploring what gender identity is.
This course will help employees to learn how to correctly identify and challenge gender discrimination in the workplace.
This course gives staff an understanding of the key factors to consider when communicating in a diverse environment.
Designed for universities and colleges, this course provides flexible ways of providing essential prevent duty training to both staff and students.
Tackling hate at an organisational level is important for everyone.
This module covers what equality impact assessments are and the benefits they can offer.
Specifically designed for people working in the education sector, this implementing reasonable adjustments course provides a practical understanding of the law around disability and reasonable adjustments and how you meet your legal obligations for treating disabled students fairly.
Treating disabled people fairly is a legal obligation for any organisation.