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When workplaces are inclusive and respectful, all employees thrive

The modern world demands that every employee is valued regardless of their age, sex or gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, race, religion or belief.

However, equality and diversity at work is more than a compliance issue. Organisations free of discrimination, harassment and bias are not only better places to work, but are organisations that work better.

Our engaging training solutions promote a tolerant and accepting environment that builds employee loyalty and maximises the benefits of diverse workforce skills and life experiences.

Walkgrove takes a creative and balanced approach to tackle challenging issues such as unconscious bias, structural inequality, prejudice and harassment at work. We use sensitive narrative techniques, impactful imagery and scenario-based activities to bring equality and diversity topics to life and help our clients develop inclusive working practices.


To remove barriers and promote inclusion, organisations need to be disability aware.

Millions of people have a disability that impacts their life experience.

To comply with modern standards, all organisations must prevent disability-related discrimination in their practices and employees must be aware of relevant legislation. Many workplaces are also looking beyond compliance to promote greater inclusion and improved respect and wellbeing for their employees, clients and service users with disabilities.

Walkgrove has substantial experience producing powerful disability awareness tools for international private, public and not for profit organisations.

We take a sensitive and targeted approach to disability training that enables learners to understand and respond to the needs of people with disabilities in their daily working context.

Our creative learning solutions include making key disability legislation and best practice principles easy to follow, as well as using case studies and interactive storytelling to promote greater empathy and more respectful behaviours.

If you are interested in generic modules, click here to browse our off the shelf courses or download our compliance pdf.

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Examples of our work

JLL – Unconscious bias

Video scenarios promoting inclusive workplace behaviours

John Lewis – Equality diversity and inclusion

Mandatory awareness training for new colleagues

Livestock Emergency Guidelines and Standards (LEGS)

Training to improve gender-responsive emergency livestock interventions

M+W Group – Diversity and equality

Customised diversity training

SOCA - Diversity, inclusion and anti-bullying

Diversity, inclusion and anti-bullying training

International Labour Organization - Disability and inclusion

Practical tools for inclusion in the workplace